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September 30, 2010

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Andrew Wetzel (@CircleReader)

Aww...that ad is so cute! Thanks for closing the circle on that story.

susie

Looking for Best Ideas from A to Z (FST 503) Frog Street Press.

David Jackson, Beware of the Leopard Books

I have been a secondhand bookseller for over twenty years and the only book on the list I get asked for regularly is the Devil's guard.
The majority of the books and authors are unheard of and this leads me to wonder if this reflects the differences in demand between the UK and the USA or more likely the difference between the demand for out of print books and books in print in secondhand bookshops.

Would be interesting to hear from US secondhand bookdealers if there is a big difference between the out of print books requested and those still in print OR whether those searching for books on the net are a completely different crowd from those who ask for books in actual shops

bud

Does anyone know the value of a first edition book called narrative of a mission of enquiry to the jews sent out by the church of scotland in 1839 printed by J. Greig, Lawnmarket. Edinburgh please email me with info. budwiser99@rogers.com

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