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Spear’s/Amazon Bookstore

You can buy all the books reviewed in Spear’s and mentioned in it or on spearswms.com in the Spear’s/Amazon Bookstore

Here are some of the categories and books in the Spear’s/Amazon Bookstore:

Books from Spear’s 26: Titanic Lives by Richard Davenport-Hines, Grand Pursuit by Silvia Nasar

Books from Spear’s 25: Magpies, Squirrels and Thieves by Jaqueline Yallop, Fortune’s Spear by Martin Vander Weyer

Books from Spear’s 24: The Gentry by Adam Nicolson, Boomerang by Michael Lewis

Books from Spear’s 23: Last Call by Daniel Okrent, The Wizard of Lies by Diana B Henriques

Books from Spear’s 22: A Voice From Old New York by Louis Auchinloss, The Master Switch by Tim Wu

Books from Spear’s 21: And The Show Went On by Alan Riding, The Hellhound of Wall Street by Michael Perino

Books from Spear’s 20: America’s Medicis by Suzanne Lobel, All The Devils Are Here by Bethany McLean & Joe Nocera

Books from Spear’s 19: Sisters of Fortune, by Jehanne Wake,The Guest List by Ethan Mordden

Books from Spear’s 18: Why Not Say What Happened? A Memoir by Ivana Lowell, The Fall of the House of Walworth by Geoffrey O’Brien

Books from Spear’s 17: A Full Cup by Michael D’Antonio, Chasing Goldman Sachs by Suzanne McGee

Books from Spear’s 16: Gentlemen and Blackguards by Nicholas Foulkes, Dead End Gene Pool by Wendy Burden

Books from Spear’s 15: Cheerful Money by Tad Friend, Seven Fires by Francis Mallmann, Don’t Blame the Shorts by Robert Sloan

Books from Spear’s 14: Lords of Finance by Liaquat Ahamed, Too Big to Fail by Andrew Ross Sorkin, Young Nelsons by D.A.B. Ronald

Books from Spear’s 13: Londongrad by Mark Hollingsworth and Stewart Lansley, The Big Rich by Bryan Burrough, The Debutante Divorcee by Plum Sykes

Spear’s Award-Winners: Fool’s Gold by Gillian Tett, Chagall by Jackie Wullschlager, Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel, Sissinghurst by Adam Nicolson

Books from spearswms.com: Going Rogue by Sarah Palin, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson, Philanthrocapitalism by Matthew Bishop and Michael Green

If you have books you’d like to see included in the store – whether finance or fiction, coffee-table or cartographical – put them in the comments below.