About Worcester Books
Worcester Books stock a fine selection of quality out of print, hard to find, rare and used books. Situated in the heart of Worcester City Centre upstairs in The Gallery (formerly Market Hall).Please add Worcester books on Facebook.
Fresh stockWe have thousands of great books in our shop, from a wide variety of genres. New stock hits the shelves often on a daily basis. Please do drop by and browse our shelves to find the perfect book for you from our large selection.
Looking for a specific book?
If you are looking for a particular book then we will look through our stock and let you know if we have it. We can also put it aside for you when it comes in.Random quote:
Charles Caleb Colton
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Cash for your books
Everyone wants to offer you cash for your gold, we want to offer you cash for your books. If you have any books in good condition you can bear to part with please feel free to contact us. We can't promise that we will buy any and every book that is offered to us so it would be a good idea to provide a brief description of the books before lugging them up to our shop. We buy books singularly or by the box.
The Art Side
We are pleased to announce the opening of The Art Side. Part of the bookshop has now been converted into a gallery displaying work by local artists. Also for sale are a range of postcards, fine art greeting cards, prints and posters.
Horror and Gothic books
We have a terrifying selection of books in the Horror genre. Including books by Anne Rice, Bram Stoker, Mary Shelley, Edgar Allan Poe, Sheridan Le Fanu, Stephen King and many more authors.
- Science Fiction
- Star Trek
- Star Wars
- Children and Teen Books
- Bargain Books
It is not only the body that needs nourishment, but also the mind. Aldous Huxley believed that a good novel should be like a holdall, packed full of ideas and concepts. The internet has changed the way that we communicate with each other. Websites such as wordpress and twitter are great tools, however, most things worth saying usually involve more than 30 words. In our modern world we often overlook the humble book.
Robbery in Savage Pass by D.M. HarrisonWorcester Books are now stocking Robbery in Savage Pass by D.M. Harrison. A Western. The tale follows Soames Ho, a Pinkerton agent and is set in the 1860's Wild West. Exploring issues of justness and duty, the book is as relevant today as in the time it was set. Broadly, it deals with capturing criminals and bringing them to justice.
Yee Ha! Book signingWorcester Books are hosting D.M. Harrison signing copies of her new book. The book signing will take place on Saturday 14th August, 12.00 noon. We look forward to seeing you. Cowboy dress optional.
'Petrolhead' by Jenny Hope
Worcester books are now stocking 'Petrolhead' by local poet Jenny Hope. Jenny's poetry has been published widely in small-press magazines such as Envoi and The Rialto, and also on Daisy Goodwin's website.
'Into the Yell' poems by Sarah James
We are now stocking a great new book of poetry by local poet Sarah James. A few things that have been said about the book:
"Sarah James' first collection shows an imagination that can surprise and delight, as well as skill and confidence in her craft."
Angela France - poet and features editor of Iota
"Sarah James' deciphers the world with a wise young eye."
Meredith Andrea - co-director of Flarestack Poets
'Sky Particles' by Sophia Dimmock
Worcester Books are now proudly stocking 'Sky Particles' by Sophia Dimmock. Any poetry lovers will certainly want to pick up a copy of this exciting young, local poet's work.
Ghosts, Murders & Scandals of Worcestershire
Worcester Books are proud and privileged to announce that we are now a stockist of Ghosts, Murders & Scandals of Worcestershire by Anne Bradford. The book is a selection of tales of the supernatural and is illustrated by the very talented Glenn James. Anne Bradford has written and published six collections of true ghost stories in Worcestershire. Glenn's Gothic drawings include the creation of the Vampire Skaler. We are lucky enough to also be stocking Postcards of the work of Glenn James in The Art Side.