Try to obtain a free copy of the book, either through archive.org (as brainjam suggested) or by googling for a specific title, including the "pdf" suffix. For example, you might google : coxeter geometry pdf. Surprisingly, I have often found (and downloaded) totally free pdf copies of math books that were very highly recommended.
Such a course would give your students better understanding of the geometric nature of linear algebra (personally I think that the material one learns in a linear algebra course should be called "linear geometry"), it would show how modern mathematics simplifies classic material such as euclidean geometry and it would provide strong geometric basis for courses like algebraic geometry and topology (where familiarity with projective spaces helps a lot). 2b1af7f3a8