It may be that there are three copies right now for $30, $35 and $100. Most likely the $30 and $35 will be sold first, and unless someone else lists another used copy for less than $100, the $100 book is now the cheapest.I've sometimes lists items for more than the lowest price, when the lowest price is far below what I'm willing to sell for, and far below the range of other copies. Maybe most of the used books sell for around $100, and someone REALLY wants to sell theirs for $30. You would think they would price closer to, but still lower than, $100, but stranger things have happened.WRJ
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