This compact bookstore specializing in, 'whodunits' is fittingly located in Sacramento's oldest neighborhood. ... More
Capital Crimes Mystery Book Store
This compact bookstore specializing in, 'whodunits' is fittingly located in Sacramento's oldest neighborhood. Since California's capital city was founded 150 years ago, the streets of Old Sacramento (today a living and working historical district designated a State of California monument) has witnessed many a crime, both solved and unsolved. Mystery authors such as Rex Stout, John D. MacDonald, Dame Agatha Christie and hundreds of other writers famous and not-so-famous are well represented here. Out-of-print searches are available; books by local authors are sold on consignment.
Located next to Sutter's Fort , California State Indian Museum displays history from the Native American perspective. View intricately woven
baskets, ceremonial dance regalia, sacred objects, headdresses, native instruments and other cultural items used by California's native people. Themes ...
The Book Collector store specializes in history, literature, poetry and the humanities. Collectors will find first edition military books that
emphasize the period around World War II. Row after row of classics and modern titles fill the walls. A ...
Surrounded by a lush green park, the Capitol Building in downtown Sacramento is an impressive display of neoclassical architecture. It
serves as the political center of California, a symbol of the discourse and laws that shape the state and ...