Since my inventory is not huge (currently a little less than 5,000 books), the chances that you\'ll get too many search results are rather slim. For best results, in any case, I suggest that you enter the least possible amount of information into the search screen -- author\'s last name only + the single most unique word in the title, for instance. If this does yield too many results, then you can cut it down by re-entering the search with additional details.
One of the things I really like about the search engine on this site is that if you plug a word into the \"Description\" box and search just on that, it will likely bring up a whole bunch of unexpected results. This is because unlike a lot of booksellers, I go to a fair amount of trouble to describe the content of the books I sell, which enables the searcher to find things relative to their subject of interest that they might not otherwise become aware of. [Test case: search on \"Raoul Walsh.\"]