Saving and investment.

The Bargain Hunter's Handbook

Author: Rob Adams

Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.

ISBN:

Category: Saving and investment.

Page: 192

View: 383

A guide to getting the best deal on a variety of items from antiques to consumer goods and services to real estate.
Antiques & Collectibles

Dickinson's Bargain Hunter's Handbook

Author: David Dickinson

Publisher: Orion Publishing Company

ISBN:

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 159

View: 597

Dickinson's Bargain Hunter's Handbook gives you the insiders' secrets for buying antiques and a comprehensive reference of country wide sales.
Minneapolis (Minn.)

Bargain Hunters Guide

Author: Vicki Audette

Publisher: Waldman House Press

ISBN:

Category: Minneapolis (Minn.)

Page: 350

View: 625

Used furniture

The Bargain Hunter's Guide to Used Furniture

Author: Thomas M. Voss

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Used furniture

Page: 169

View: 971

Covers "American furniture, 1870-1960. Where to find it, how to judge its quality and price, and how to repair and finish it."
Discount houses (Retail trade)

Bargain Hunter's Guide

Author: Sally Bee

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Discount houses (Retail trade)

Page: 12

View: 213

Fiction

Bargain Hunting

Author: Rhonda Pollero

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 304

View: 539

A stylish new caper in the acclaimed series starring the deliciously addictive, designer bargain-hunting paralegal Finley Anderson Tanner! Getting framed has never been a good look. Fashionista paralegal Finley Anderson Tanner’s hands are fuller than a coupon-clipping soccer mom’s at a BOGO sale. She’s in a fierce eBay bidding war to buy parts for her DIY Rolex, she’s finally taking on some criminal cases at work, and she’s torn between two drop-dead gorgeous men—her ultra-responsible boss Tony Caprelli and badboy private eye Liam McGarrity. Just when she thinks life is out of curveballs, Liam shows up at her house with a bullet wound—and a shocking confession. When Liam was a cop, he was framed for shooting a teenage boy in a drug bust. Now the same gun used to shoot the kid has resurfaced at the homicide scene of his ex-partner. On the run from the police, Liam needs Finley’s help to clear his name. How can she say no to the man who always bails her out of trouble—even if it means incurring Tony’s wrath when he learns she’s aiding and abetting a fugitive? But the murderer is clever, and if Finley’s not careful, she’s going to shop till she drops . . . dead.