Interesting Books

Interesting Books

Joined January 30, 1999

5-star rating

9512 N 13TH ST APT B

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What a concept! I carefully describe my books, price them fairly and include a picture. I don't try to hide anything. I believe that we're all adults here and that you would prefer to make an informed decision. If the book doesn't work for you don't buy it. If it does (I'll grovel here) please, please, please do! Thank you. -Von at Interesting Books

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Science fiction

Many of my science fiction, fantasy and horror books are new, unread copies from my own collection.
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Investment, Military, History, etc.

Interesting stuff.
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Terms of Sale

Dear European Union: in conformity to EU rules:
-my name is: Von L. Thiel
-my address is: 9512 N 13th St, Apt B, Phoenix, AZ 85020, USA
-my email address is:
-my phone # is: 602-899-5055
-my business is: a Sole Proprietorship
-my dba is: Interesting Books

Returns: ALL MY BOOKS ARE GUARANTEED: returnable for any reason (except for "I read it and want to send it back now.") within two weeks of when you get them. All I ask is that you let me know you're sending them back and pack t...

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Shipping Terms

INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS PLEASE NOTE: all of my international shipping rates are based on my use of a Priority or Express Mail Flat Rate Envelope to send you the book (don't worry; I'll pad it well before I put it in the envelope). However, if the book is too big for the envelope I will have to request more shipping. Also: I TAKE PAYPAL if you prefer. Just order the book through ABE and specify that you want to pay with a check/cheque. Then send me PayPal funds and we'll be good to go.

I offer free USPS delivery confirmation for all US orders. I carefully pack all books so that they will get to you safely. The dreaded disclaimer: if the post office loses your order it's not my fault! Of course, it's not YOUR fault either but getting the post office to admit it's THEIR fault is an exercise in futility. So, if you're worried about it (I've only had one package go missing out of all the thousands I've sent) I'd suggest you tell me you want insurance; I'll hit you up for the extra cost (but ONLY my cost, NO markup).