Historic Franklin Tennessee Bookstore

“A Booklover’s Paradise”

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How to Get Books

We are open and are taking the necessary precautions to keep you safe while you peruse our beloved bookstore. We also offer curbside pickup, online orders for rare books, a special selection of books by Karen Kingsbury, mystery boxes, and gift cards that can be used immediately.

The Old Factory Store

This historic building has had visitors such as Andrew Jackson, Sam Houston & Davy Crockett!

Our Location

Bookstore Hours

Open 7 Days a Week
Mon – Sun | 10am – 6pm

Shop Online

Landmark Booksellers specializes in carefully curated books on Southern Americana, Tennessee, regional and local history, culture literature and art. You can purchase some of our rare books below. All orders over $100 include free shipping.

Truly, Madly, Deeply
Release: October 27, 2020

Pre-order a Signed, First Edition of Truly, Madly, Deeply by Karen Kingsbury today!

Order a signed copy of Karen Kingsbury’s latest novel, Truly, Madly, Deeply, the latest in the Baxter Family series, directly from Landmark Booksellers, inspiration for Karen’s book The Bridge.

Karen Kingsbury

A Bookstore Built on a Love Story

Inspiration for The Bridge by Karen Kingsbury
The Bridge Karen Kingsbury

Joel and Carol Tomlin opened Landmark Booksellers as a result of their passion for books and desire to pursue a vocation that they could share together

Furious Hours

The Landmark Book Club

Who is it for: Women
Frequency: Once a Month
Location: At Landmark and via Zoom

Next Book / Meeting

Furious Hours by Casey Cep
Wednesday, September 9, 2020 at 9am

The Landmark Book club is reading  Furious Hours-The Murder, Fraud and The last Trial of Harper Lee, by Casey Cep. Furious Hours (2019) shines a light on the twin mysteries of a 1970s serial killer and the career of the celebrated author Harper Lee. By exploring the shocking case of the alleged serial killer William Maxwell and his victims, these blinks retrace Harper Lee’s steps and finally tell the true crime story that Lee always wanted to write. We will be meeting Wednesday, September 9th, at 9:00 a.m., at the bookstore.  If the weather is nice we will meet outside.  If it is too hot we will be inside and masks are required.  We hope you will join us. Please email us.