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The Woman in the Window
A J Finn
Paperback | Jan 2018
on order $24.99
(releases Jan 2 2018)
The Underground Railroad
Colson Whitehead
Paperback | Jan 2018
on order $22.95
(releases Jan 30 2018)
Lincoln in the Bardo
George Saunders
Paperback | Feb 2018
on order $23.00
(releases Feb 6 2018)
How To Stop Time
Matt Haig
Paperback | Feb 2018
on order $22.99
(releases Feb 6 2018)
The Cruel Prince
Holly Black
Hardcover | Jan 2018
on order $24.99
(releases Jan 2 2018)
Tribe of Mentors
Timothy Ferriss
Hardcover | Nov 2017
on order $40.00
(releases Nov 21 2017)
The Far Side of the Sky
Daniel Kalla
Paperback | Nov 2017
on order $10.99
(releases Nov 28 2017)
The Square and the Tower
Niall Ferguson
Hardcover | Jan 2018
on order $40.00
(releases Jan 16 2018)
The Hazel Wood
Melissa Albert
Hardcover | Jan 2018
on order $24.99
(releases Jan 30 2018)
Notes From a Feminist Killjoy
Erin Wunker
Paperback | Nov 2017
on order $18.00
(releases Nov 3 2017)

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About the Online Shop

You can use this site to check out our newest arrivals, books that are coming soon, as well as search our database of titles in stock and available for ordering.

 

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About Shipping Your Order

We normally reserve shipping books to customers that live outside Montreal, but there are always special cases. You can inquire about shipping by calling us (514) 931-3442 or emailing us info (at) argobookshop (dot) ca.

About the Argo Bookshop

Argo Bookshop is the oldest Anglophone retail bookstore in Montreal, serving the community since 1966. We’re proud to bring new choice books to the city of Montreal, from Elizabeth Strout and Ursula K. Le Guin to James Baldwin and Yukio Mishima. We may be a small store, but our customers agree that when they peruse our shelves, we offer a diverse, well-curated selection. We specialize in literature, poetry, science fiction and fantasy, science, history and biography, and dedicated sections for linguistics and books about Japan.

We are also happy to offer a lounge space for readers to come, read, and relax, as well as regular events ranging from readings and signings to book clubs and write-ins. We exist to help out the reading and writing communities of Montreal.

 

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