Four decades ago I bought the book, The Fine Art of Mixing Drinks, by David Embury. It was a paperback. I paid $0.95 for it.
My copy has become tattered and yellow over the years, so I idly wondered whether I could pick up a fresher copy through a used-book store.
Imagine my shock upon finding these listings.
Why would anyone hope to sell an obscure, out-of-date book at such prices?