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
  Store Hours: 1 to 7PM Daily

A Tribute to Our Author Events

Impromtu visit by author, Lauren Acampora
on Saturday, August 22...she will be signing books for
our store.  The time of her visit will be posted here.

Lauren Acampora is the author of The Wonder Garden, a collection of linked stories published by Grove Atlantic in May 2015.
  Her short fiction has also appeared in publications such as the Paris ReviewMissouri ReviewPrairie Schooner,
 New England ReviewAntioch Review, and Day One. Raised in Connecticut, she now lives in Westchester County, New York,
 with her husban artist Thomas Doyle, and their daughter.

"I thought of [Edith] Wharton when reading Lauren Acampora's stylish debut..." -Alix Ohlin, New York Times Book Reviewd,


On Our Book Tables
  Let Me Explain You by Annie Liontas

"New" by Kim Van Alkemade 

Indie Next Books are 20% Off

New York Times Bestsellers


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



Our events are special because we think it offers something
technology never will; the author in the flesh, a shop full of other
enticing titles (bound in beautifully designed covers, exciting
 company and delicious food and drink.

You will have the opportunity to meet the writer to find out how he or
she creates magic on the pages you read.

Our events are usually $10 which can be applied towards
the book.  We ask that you call ahead and make a reservation
so that we can adequately prepare for your visit.  But if you don't...
we will find a way to make sure you are part of the party.  Enjoy
our presentations created for you.
CALL OR TEXT 860 391-9525


On Saturday, September 19, 2015
Burgundy Books welcomes Lisa Reisman, the author of
5 Months, 10 Years, 2 Hours

On August 1, 1998, 32-year-old disillusioned New York attorney Lisa Reisman
plans to leave the law and hit the road in a lipstick-red convertible. Instead,
she suffers a massive seizure and is found unconscious in her apartment 46 hours later.
After undergoing brain surgery at Memorial-Sloan Kettering Hospital, she is diagnosed with
a glioblastoma multiforme, the most lethal of brain tumors, and given a prognosis of one year to live.
And so this story begins

Tickets are $10 which includes a derlightful lunch and can be
used towards the purchase of this fabulous book.
Text 860 391-9525

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