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New Business Books

Our software queries Amazon every night, through a special data interface, for all business books they carry, which is normally many thousands of titles. That software then combs through the data and discards the ones that are not really available right then (Amazon continues to list many books that have become unavailable). The software then lists all available business books on our pages.

Today, we have 23,544 books that you can one-click buy from here, through Amazon.

There are two lists. The one most easily used is a set of 28 pages (one for each letter of the alphabet, a special one for books whose title begins with the word " Business"--so the B page doesn't get overloaded--and one for titles that begin with something other than a letter). Books are listed on those pages by the first word of their title, except for titles beginning with A, An, or The, which are listed by their second word.

The second list is a single "master list"--everything on one page--of all of the thousands of "Business" books available. Its purpose is to allow you to search in one place for titles containing, but not starting with, some word or phrase, or for particular authors.

A typical entry on one of the alphabetical set of book-title pages might look like this:

Business at the Speed of Thought: Succeeding in the Digital Economy (Penguin Business Library)
Bill Gates
Paperback: 02 May, 2000 (Penguin Books Ltd)
£ 7.69 (Usually dispatched within 2 to 3 days)
or search ABE for this book used

It shows the book's title, which is a click-on link; the book's author; the publication date and publisher; the Amazon price to you; current shipping situation and a link to an Abebooks used books search.

Click on the title to see the page (that sample above works). The page you go to will have the information updated the instant you click, so you can be sure the price and availability are correct. Plus it will show an image of the book's cover (if Amazon has an image, which it usually but not always does), and a one-click button that will put the book in your Amazon "Shopping Cart" (or let you create a Cart).
The page will also have a link that lets you view the editorial and reader reviews of the book that Amazon has.

Don't be afraid to add books to your Shopping Cart. You haven't actually bought any books till you go through Amazon's checkout procedure. Till you do, you can add other items to your cart or remove any items already in it (you use Amazon's pages to do those things).

New Books On Other Subjects

This site has a new book-search page for Amazon if you want to find other books not listed here..

Our search facility shows books that are actually available by default, but you can easily change those defaults if you want to see unavailable items (for information purposes) or if you are interested in related books.

Used Books

If, the book you require is not available new then try our used book search page, it searches the listings on Abebooks, a listing service with a really huge number of internet used-book-selling members.

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