Shop Rickert & Beagle Online


We are working on building a site that allows us to sell you books directly, but for now you can visit us online at:

Amazon or ABE for online inventory listings. You are welcome to place an order via those sites or call directly with questions and orders.

If you’re looking for mass market paperbacks you’ll still have to give us a call, we don’t have them computerized. We’ll be happy to check our shelves for specific titles and authors.

Books ordered via these sites or over the phone with us can be shipped anywhere in the world. Shipping rates are based on the book weight and the shipping speed and location and we can calculate them for you before you order.


It’s impossible for the little retailers like us to compete with release day pricing from chains, big box stores and Amazon. If you want to support indie bookselling and still save some money here is what we offer you on new releases of any title:

Place your order for any new release title up to the evening before it is released and we’ll be happy to procure a brand new copy for you. Since we can’t offer discounts you’ll find elsewhere we will give you in-store credit instead! Order a book over $20 (most new release hardcovers) and get $10 in credit to spend on used books. Order a book under $20 and get $5 in credit to spend on used books.

In some cases we have little give-away gifts like bookmarks, pins, signed bookplates and so on. When we have them, we’ll throw a goodie bag in with your purchase.

Please note that almost every pre-ordered title is available for purchase & pickup on the day of release (we can also ship it to you!) However, on rare occasions publishers and distributors refuse to guarantee release day delivery to any store ordering less than a full case of books. We will make every effort to alert you in advance if this is the case with a title you have ordered. Pre-orders placed within the last day or two before a book release may not arrive until the day after release because we have not yet been able to break the space-time continuum.