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Monday, August 27, 2007

If its a signed copy -- its worth twice as much

Posted By on Mon, Aug 27, 2007 at 12:12 PM

I was looking online  ( at half.com ) to buy a copy of Sid McMath's book "Promises Kept."   Although I think I want a new copy, I saw where you could get a used one for $12.95.

That got me thinking -- I wonder how much other former Arkansas Governors books are going for ?

If you are interested in "Quit Digging Your Grave With a Knife and Fork," by Governor Mike Huckabee, you can get a copy of this timeless book for the low-low price of ....75 cents.  I bet a signed copy is worth at least twice that.

Similarly, the memorable book "Kids Who Kill: Confronting our Culture of Violance," by Mike Huckabee, is also selling for......75 cents.

Likewise, you can pick up Huckabee's 1997 smash-hit "Character Is The Issue: How People With Integrity Can Revolutionize America,"  for 75 cents.

I've been looking but can't find any CD's by his band - not sure they have made it into the recording studio lately.

On the other hand, if you are interested in what Mitt Romney has to say in "Turnaround: Crisis, Leadership, and the Olympic Games," you will have to shell out  $10.93.

Or, you can get the thriller: "From Power to Purpose: A Remarkable Journey of Faith and Compassion" by Sam Brownback for $11.49 (Save 50%).

I think I'll stick with Gov. McMath's memoirs for now ---- the rest can wait  Forever.

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