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Re: St Clairs of the Isles--Locations
I would say that this is the book all right but obviously a reprint of the
I have bought a couple of books from Higginson -- their m.o. is to take an
order and the "make it' i.e. photcopy it and bind in and send it out. They
do no stock anything as far as I know.
I asked them at least twice back in the early '90's to offer St. Clairs of
the Isles but never got an answer and then soon they stopped sending their
catalogues. I should find out if they still offer it.
didn't know that they dealt with Barnes and Noble.
From: LAURASINCLAIR1@aol.com <LAURASINCLAIR1@aol.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Tuesday, September 26, 2000 6:35 PM
Subject: Re: St Clairs of the Isles--Locations
>Dear Ian, is the name of the book of topic, Sinclair, the St-Clairs of the
>Isles, Being a History of the Sea-Kings of Orkney, and Their Scottish
>Sucessors of the Sirname of Sincliar, written by Roland W. Saint-Clair.
>published by the Higginson Book Company in September 1998 or should I say
>reprinted. If so it is currently out of print according to barnes and
>They sent me an email stating that they are in search of the book and will
>in touch. Just curious to know if this is the right book. Laura Sinclair
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