Welcome to The Fourleafclover Online Bookstore
Céad míle fáilte romhat!
(An Old Irish saying--A hundred thousand welcomes!)
Please search or browse our inventory--give it a try.
We have an amazing inventory of out-of-print, rare and unusual books and booklets--old and new. You never know what treasure you will find.
And yes, we do have an inventory of hard to find books about Ireland and our Irish heritage.
Need a time out? Crosswords are fun and relaxing. The one below changes daily.
NEW JUST ADDED: A large collection of vintage postcard books; 14-24 views of historic locales and cities. Just find Postcard Books in Categories for the entire inventory, or Quick Search for a location and see what comes up!
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Vintage postcards and photos
Old paperback books and booklets in good condition
Print ads suitable for framing
Ephemera & articles
Yearbooks & school memorabilia
Vintage 80s vinyl, CDs, Tapes
Magazine Back Issues
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Special Featured Book Review:
A Treat For Golfers
Golf: The Marvelous Mania, Alistair Cooke
Arcade Publishing, 2008 First Edition Hardcover, 191 pgs
"On a fateful day in 1964, legendary journalist Alistair Cooke was dragged into Van Cortlandt Park in New York City to play his first game of golf and was immediately hooked. Golf became his greatest passion, even though he called it “a method of self-torture, disguised as a game.” Few have written more brilliantly or more lovingly about golf than he does here in this collection.
For the first time, Golf gathers together the best of Cooke’s writing on what he called “the marvelous mania.” This stunning collection showcases the incomparable wit and mischievous charm that made Cooke one of the greatest journalists and broadcasters and “one of the most effective interpreters of the American way of life to the world” (New York Times) of the twentieth century. Whether it is Arnold Palmer playing in 102-degree heat in San Antonio; dapper Gary Player winning the US Open at Creve Coeur, Missouri; or Jack Nicklaus playing—and winning—almost everywhere, Alistair Cooke on his favorite sport is a rare and constant pleasure. This is a book no golfer—pro or amateur—should go without."
Other Popular Books for Golfers
Somewhere in Ireland a Village Is Missing an Idiot, David Feherty 5.99
Perfecting Your Golf Swing: New Ways to Lower Your Score, Oliver Heuler, 7.99
Ultimate Golf Techniques, Malcolm Campbell, Overisze 7.99
For All Who Love The Game: Lessons and Teachings for Women, Harvey Penick 4.99
The Weekend Golfer's Handbook: The Complete Guide to Better Understand Your Swing, Jeff Gutjahr, 8.99
Harvey Penick's Little Red Book: Lessons and Teachings From a Lifetime in Golf, Harvey Penick, 5.00