Would You Like a Signed Copy of QUIET?

Would you like a signed copy of QUIET for you or a friend? I’m thrilled to announce that the good people of Pickwick Book Shop have a steady supply of autographed copies for sale!

To purchase your signed copy of the hardback or paperback, please call Pickwick directly at (845) 358-9126. Multiple copies are available on request. Worldwide shipping of the US version is available to most countries.

Autographed copies will be processed right away. Personalization is optional and may take longer due to Susan’s travel schedule. Please allow extra time.

If you would like Susan to personalize your copy, please let Pickwick know the name of the person you’d like the book inscribed to. Please limit any special messages to 10 words.

About Pickwick Book Shop

Pickwick Book Shop first opened its doors in 1945 and has been owned and operated by Jack Dunnigan since 1975. The store is covered in books from floor to ceiling and the shelves are crammed with a seemingly endless number of books. Yet, Jack knows where every title is located. If the store doesn’t have the title you are looking for, the staff at Pickwick will make sure that you have it in your hands the next time you visit the store.

Despite the increasing number of chain bookstores in the county, generations of customers have supported Pickwick for decades. The loyalty of Pickwick’s customers cannot be found anywhere else, due to the dedication to and appreciation for literature of the staff at Pickwick Book Shop.


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