BURGUNDY BOOKS

2005 to 2015 Ten years in the wonderful world of books
Third Place, shoreline Newspapers
 
  1285 Boston Post Road, Westbrook, CT 06498
  Contact Hours 24/7 through the web or text
 860 391-9525 (call or text) for Book Orders or Inquiries
   burgundybooks@gmail.com
  Store Hours: 1 to 7PM Daily


 

Up and Coming at Burgundy Books
   
NEW AT BURGUNDY BOOKS

 
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UPCOMING EVENTS

  - If you cannot attend just text us  at 860 391-9525 to receive a signed copy -)


SCROLL DOWN FOR EVENTS

Our events are special because we know
 how hard it is to find a good book.  This is an opportunity to meet
the author, ask questions, have a delicious lunch and meet other
 readers.  Our events are usually
$10 and require a reservation.
  You can use your $10 toward the book.  Enjoy

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  On Saturday, July 11 at Noon we welcome Robin Cannon
and her new book, Rye Hill.  Burgundy Books writes: What a great book!Rye Hill is a page turner,
 made so by the author's flawless characterizations and plot.  This is masterful writing.
You will find each chapter captivating and stunning; and the skillful storytelling will
impact all senses.  The suspense elements are powerful and readers
should prepare to be amazingly entertained.  This is a luncheon event.
Admission is $10.00  Reservations Requested


Robin Cannon is also the author of Tilly Fig

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On Thursday, July 23 at 7 PM,
 we welcome author Thomas Fleming, the author of
A Disease in the Public Mind.  His new book is entitled The Great Divide:
The Conflict Between Washington and Jefferson that Defined a Nation.

His writing is for true historians who appreciate his high level of research
and storytelling talent.  Never a word is wasted.

Joins us for the best in late summer night champagne dining.  Wines are
selected from The Wine Thief in New Haven.

Reservations are $10.00 and can be used towards the book.






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On Saturday, July 25, at 2:00 PM
 
Burgundy Books celebrates scientific history with
Professor Ron Mallet, a theoretical physicist at the University of Connecticut

 
Albert Einstein inspired, Dr. Mallet recently appeared on CNN in a special tribute on his research
on time trave.  He will be on hand to talk about the latest evolutions in his theories and
experiments.  Tickets are $25.00 and includes lunch, his book and a front seat to his
latest experiments.  Contact 860 391-9125 for reservations.

Reservations are required
$10.00




We welcome your reservations or book orders
through texting at 860 391-9525.  We make it fast and easy
Shipping is free



   


 
        
 

 

 




      







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