Ravenna Third Place Books6504 20th Ave. NE, Seattle, WA 98115
Store: (206)525-2347 | Cafe: (206) 525-2790
Pub: (206) 523-0217
Store HoursMonday - Thursday: 8am - 10pm
Friday & Saturday: 8am - 11pm
Sunday: 8am - 7pm
Used book buying hoursMonday through Friday:11 - 7
Saturday and Sunday: 10 - 6
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Happy Hour: 4-6pm daily, all day on Sunday. $3 drafts
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We Buy Used BooksBook buyers are available to look at books Monday through Friday from 11 am to 7pm and Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm. No appointment is necessary. Please call in advance if bringing in very large quantities. We will sometimes make "house calls" to view large collections.
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DirectionsGoing north on I-5, take the Ravenna Blvd exit and merge onto NE Ravenna Blvd, turn right onto NE 65 th, and then left onto 20 th Ave NE. We are right on the corner.
Heading South on I-5, take exit 171 towards NE 71 st St./NE 65 th., turn slight left onto 6 th Ave NE, turn slight left onto NE 70 th St., turn onto Roosevelt Way, turn left onto NE 65 th St., and then turn left onto 20 th Ave NE.
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This Common Secret: My Journey as an Abortion Doctor (Public Affairs)
In This Common Secret Dr. Susan Wicklund chronicles her emotional and dramatic twenty-year career on the front lines of the abortion war. This is the story of Susan's love for a profession that means listening to women and helping them through one of the most pivotal and controversial events in their lives. Hers is also a calling that means sleeping on planes and commuting between clinics in different statesâand that requires her to wear a bulletproof vest and to carry a .38 caliber revolver. This is also the story of the women whom Susan serves, women whose options are increasingly limited.
New from Local Author
James M. Brantingham
This lovely playful book takes exquisite care with words and images, giving us one quiet moment hung upon another until the seas of its imagination stretch blue or dark before us. Brantingham's translations create cutting verses sharper than butchers' knives, and he plays satirically with academic speculation about a supposed fragment from paleo-literature. Read this book for its spare lines, where Eden, Attica, and an abandoned cabin somewhere in the western hills become one, and references to orchestral music match the music of his words.
- Linda J. Clifton, Ph.D. -- founding editor, "Crab Creek Review"
Magic Monday - Monday, February 11th at 7:30pm, and Saturday, February 23 at 7pm in the Pub.
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