Thanks Tulsa! (and surrounding communities!)

As the fourth year of operation nears, it’s time to again thank Tulsa and the suburbs for the support! With customers driving over from Tulsa, down from Owasso and Claremore, and up (I don’t know, maybe folks are driving sideways – the point being from all directions!) from Bixby, Glenpool, and Jenks – I realize that McHuston Booksellers is more than just a Broken Arrow bookstore!

I can’t mention every community, but I do appreciate the interest – like the recent email from Haskell about a required reading title (Hatchet, Gary Paulsen – in stock!) – and customers¬†who mention things like:¬†they’ve driven over from Pryor to visit bookstores.

To say it again – Thanks!

Visit associates!

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Classic Classics

Newly arrived at McHuston Booksellers! Classic literature from some of the great writers of the 19th and 20th Centuries… For Whom the Bell Tolls, by Ernest Hemingway; Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin; Women in Love by D.H. Lawrence; Homer’s The Odyssey; Frankenstein by Mary Shelley; The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoyevsky – all in nicely kept used condition. Published a little more recently – Truman Capote’s In Cold Blood, All the Pretty Horses by Cormac McCarthy, Schindler’s List by Thomas Keneally, and Dead and Gone by Andrew Vachss. Certainly not rare or hard to find books, but these and others are especially well-kept and priced to read! Need rare books? We have those, too…plus – our everyday special on mass-market fiction (the smaller paperbacks): Buy three, and the fourth one is free!

Tulsa Too

At one time, the line between Tulsa and Broken Arrow was clear. It was a wide green area that wandered north to south, filled with trees, grasslands, and the occasional stock pond. Now – unless you know the history – it’s impossible to tell where the city ends and the suburb begins! Looking at the bookstore’s online geography, though – it appears that McHuston Booksellers serves only Broken Arrow: incorrectamundo. Not everyone says where they began the day, but visitors to the store have mentioned homes in Owasso, Claremore, Catoosa, Pryor (bit of a surprise there!), Bixby, Jenks, and of course – Tulsa, among others. We don’t have every book in the world in stock here, but then again, neither does any Tulsa area store. Come by and visit us. It’s a short drive from anywhere. Be sure to tell us where you’re from!