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Subject:Re: "Books in Print" on WWW? From:Beverly Parks <bparks -at- HUACHUCA-EMH2 -dot- ARMY -dot- MIL> Date:Tue, 16 Jan 1996 12:46:33 MST
Dennis Johnson <docwrite -at- ihgp -dot- ih -dot- att -dot- com> asked-->
> To clarify my query - I meant the book (forgot the publisher) that
> bookstores use when you want to back order a book. It tells the publisher
> and the ordering information. You still have to go through a vendor to
> get the book, but at least you know it still is in stock.
Don't know about "Books in Print" per se, but I use a sight
called Amazon.com Books to research availability and to get
ISBNs and prices. They claim one million titles. When you get
there, access the search feature by selecting either "One
Million Titles" or "Browse the Shelves". The URL is