Yes, Spivey's carries a lot of books. Fans of American satirist Thomas Berger, for instance, can pull nine different titles from the shelf in the upstairs room. But Spivey's is more than just the best place to score a hardcover version of Norman Mailer's Advertisements for Myself. The store also sells a wide variety of maps, prints and paintings. The idea-starved gift buyer can find something for almost anyone here, from a Liza Minnelli concert poster ("Hello, Munich!") to a panoramic photograph of opening day at Ruppert Stadium in 1942, when the Kansas City Monarchs and the Memphis Red Sox of the Negro Leagues took the field.