Annie's Book Stop of Worcester

The little bookstore that's bigger on the inside

  First of all, we have a few non-fiction books in our line-up of new arrivals at the store. We have one book that is more of a philosophy book,   METAPHYSICAL ANIMALS: HOW FOUR WOMEN BROUGHT PHILOSOPHY BACK TO LIFE by Clare Mac Cumhaill, Rachael Wiseman     Next, we have some more memoirs …

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  The first new arrivals to don our shelves this week are some interesting genre books.   We have a thriller:   THE MATCH by Harlan Coben,   and a mystery:   GIVE UNTO OTHERS (A COMMISSARIO GUIDO BRUNETTI MYSTERY) by Donna Leon     Then for those of you who enjoy the TV series, …

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    We have a very different mixture of books coming across our shelves this week. They include a few biographies, such as a Sports memoir, NO ONE WINS ALONE: A MEMOIR by Mark Messier and an Asian memoir, 1000 YEARS OF JOY AND SORROW by Ai Weiwei translated by Allan H. Barr. The next …

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Plenty of new titles on our displays this week… fiction books in all genres, non-fiction selections spanning memoirs, political analysis, self-help, and more. We congratulate the winners of the 2019, as well as those authors who have made it to the National Book Award shortlist. In addition to the prize winners and nominees, you’ll find …

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We hope all of our local friends and family had a wonderful April Vacation, whether they were traveling or home. We had a wonderful time at our two Drop-In Craft days on Monday and Tuesday, and a lot of fun at our Doctor Who Discussion Night, so thank you to everyone who came out—even in …

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Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to shine our Friday Spotlight on author David Moore, who will be at our 65 James Street store on Sunday, April 29, from 1:00 – 3:00 PM. David will be reading, chatting, and signing about his newest release from Diversion Books, Small Town, Big Oil, which tells the …

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It’s that time again. Check out what’s new on the shelves of ABSW! If you’re a history buff you’ll want to check out Denise Kiernan’s new book The Girls of Atomic City: The Untold Story of the Women Who Helped Win World War II. Drawing on the voices of the women who lived it, now …

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