CodeFetch is a clever little app that searches published books for code samples matching your search. So if you search for
cfmail you will get code samples from several books on ColdFusion. You can then of course buy the books through amazon.
I'm not sure where they are getting the book data, As far as I know Amazon doesn't provide the search inside the book details via their web services.
Found this via: DailyMashup
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