Troublesome Young Men -- Lynne Olsen, about the "rebels" who brought Churchill to power and "helped save England." Hardcover. Near-mint condition. This was actually on my list of books to find, which I brought along.
Ghandi & Churchill -- Arthur Herman, on the "epic rivalry that destroyed an Empire and forged our age." Hardcover, near-mint condition. Despite what might appear from the book above, I got this because I like reading about India.
The Prize -- Daniel Yergin, Pulitzer Prize-winning book about the quest for oil, money & power. Trade paperback, mint condition.
The Nine -- Jeffrey Toobin, on the inside world of the Supreme Court. A New York Times Book of the Year. Trade paperback, in excellent condition with just slightly-bent cover.
The Company -- Robert Littell, epic novel on the history of the CIA, that I've wanted to read for a long while, and is on another of my "to read" lists. Trade paperback, in mint condition.
Number Ten -- Sue Townsend, one of my favorite comic novelists, She's the British author of the hilarious "Adrian Mole Diaries" series and others. Trade paperback in near-mind condition.
Foucault's Pendulum -- Umberto Eco, his follow-up to The Name of the Rose. Paperback, excellent condition.
War and Peace -- Leo Tolstoy. Hey, I've never read it and always wanted to, so...what the heck. Paperback, excellent condition.
All of this set me back a whole five dollars.