NO RIGHT TO WIN

A CONTINUING DIALOGUE WITH VETERANS OF

THE BATTLE OF MIDWAY

 


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(Updated 26 January 2012)

 

 

DETAILS OF NO RIGHT TO WIN

 

Author:  Ronald W. Russell

Date of publication:  31 August 2006

Publisher:  iUniverse, Inc.

ISBN:  0-595-40511-8

Format:  softbound, 6 x 9 inch (approx. 15 x 23 cm.)

Pages:  350

Retail price:  US $23.95  (actual price varies, see below)

 

 

HOW TO GET A COPY

 

            Purchase options (details below):

 

1.      On-line booksellers

2.      Bookstores

3.      Directly from the publisher

 

 

1.  ON-LINE BOOKSELLERS

 

On-line booksellers occasionally offer discounted prices and/or free shipping.  Check their web sites for details, which may change from time to time.  The vendors shown below are those known as of the current update.  Each link takes you directly to their listing for No Right to Win.

 

U.S. vendors:

 

Amazon.com

 

Barnes and Noble

 

Biggerbooks.com

 

Booksamillion.com

 

Buy.com

 

eCampus.com

 

TextbooksRus.com

 

Allbookstores.com   (search engine for the lowest price at all vendors)

 

 

Vendors in other countries:

 

Angus & Robertson   (Australia)

 

Chapters   (Canada)

 

Abebooks.com   (UK)

 

Blackwell   (UK)

 

Pickabook   (UK)

 

 

2.  BOOKSTORES

 

No Right to Win can be purchased at most walk-in bookstores, such as Barnes and Noble and its affiliates:  B. Dalton, Doubleday, Bookstop, and Bookstar.  Such stores may not have it in stock, but they can special order it for you and get it about as fast as you can from an on-line seller.  There may be savings in shipping costs from such stores.

 

Note:  when placing a special order, the ISBN number, 0-595-40511-8, will be helpful to the salesperson in finding the book in the store‚Äôs data system.

 

 

3.  PUBLISHER

 

No Right to Win can be obtained directly from the publisher, and they also offer an e-book option.  The e-book version gives you an on-screen copy of the book in Adobe format, and it is much less expensive than the printed version.  However, it is a very large file with numerous diagrams, footnotes, and appendices.  Most readers will find the printed version far more convenient.

 

Click here for either version from the publisher.

 

 

 

 

Please report any inaccurate or failed links on this page to the e-mail address above.

 

 

Thank you for buying No Right to Win!

 

 

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