Booksybooks. an online bookshop.

What I hope from this little venture is to make it easier for people who loves books and bargains to surf through & shop for cheap books online.
My intent is to spread these books around and reinvest their values into new readers.

The books are second-hand of course and comes with faults here and there. But I feel that gives them character. Personally, I love wondering where these books come from and who has read them before. I hope you will come to feel the same way too...

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

The Family Arsenal by Paul Theroux


Hood, a renegade American diplomat, envisions a new urban order through the opium fog of his room. He flirts with terrorists, hoping to win their trust and respect. Mayo, his sometimes bedmate, has just made a political statement - stealing a Flemish painting and negotiating publicity for this act with The Times. Murf the bomb-maker leaves his mark in red, scrawling 'Arsenal Rule' across half the city's walls, whilst his sixteen-year-old girlfriend, Brodie, bombs Euston and afterwards worries about her complexion.

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