But the listing is really there! Google 'Amazon Dannie Woodard', and it appears—and it's not only one listing, there are two.
Neither one shows a photo of the book, which seems a little strange, considering the price. However, according to the title shown, it appears to be the first book, Hammered Aluminum - Handwrought Collectibles but it mistakenly shows only my name as the author. Billie Wood's name, the co-author of that book, is not shown. There is no description of the contents.
It's a bit strange, don't you agree? Someone must have misplaced a decimal. Surely those sellers don't expect to receive that price, although it was very popular, and is now out of print. So what is the purpose of these listing? An off- chance gamble like winning Lotto? A fun competition to see who has the nerve to ask the highest price?
I took the above photo as proof of the listing, but I'll make-do with my old copies, and leave my shopping basket empty.
Have a good laugh and enjoy the puzzle.