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The top-ten most sought-after out-of-print books of 2007 include the running novel, "Once a Runner," the rare "Football Scouting Methods," by Steve Belichick, and the 571-page "The Principles of Knitting," according to BookFinder.com, which published its fifth annual list of best-selling out-of-print books on Tuesday.
BookFinder's top-ten list is as follows:
2) Football Scouting Methods (1962) by Steve Belichick; legendary college football scout’s playbook, used by coaches and players
3) Sex (1992) by Madonna; the pop icon’s book of erotic photos, a perennial favorite
4) Promise Me Tomorrow (1984) by Nora Roberts; early novel that the bestselling romance novelist refuses to reprint
5) The Lion's Paw (1946) by Robb White; enduring children’s adventure story
6) The Principles of Knitting (1988) by June Hemmons Hiatt; ultimate indispensable hand knitting resource
7) Raven: The Untold Story of the Reverend Jim Jones and his People (1982) by Tim Reiterman; chronicles the inner workings which allowed the Peoples Temple to flourish
8) Aran Knitting (1997) by Alice Starmore; history and how-to about the Irish technique
9) One Way Up (1964) by John F. Straubel; history of helicopters and vertically rising aircraft
10) Dear and Glorious Physician (1959) by Taylor Caldwell; novel based on the life of Saint Luke
BookFinder.com is a search-engine of new, used, rare, and out-of-print books online with an inventory of over 150 million books available for sale from a network of 150,000 booksellers from over 50 countries.
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