Tag Archives: Bookshops & Book-buying

Books in Groups: Fit the Fourth, or, The Madness Continues

Please don’t mistake me for a rational human being. At least, not when it comes to books. If you’ve ever thought that someone using the term “bibliomane” for their blog must be exaggerating somewhat, well… let me explain. Having spent … Continue reading

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Bodies in a Bookshop, by R.T. Campbell: A Review

I’ve mentioned my quest for lost classics of the mystery genre before. Well, perhaps “quest” is overstating the matter… let’s call it a “casual search.” I’m generally on the look-out for mysteries that I’ve never encountered before, or authors of … Continue reading

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Parnassus on Wheels & The Haunted Bookshop, by Christopher Morley: A Combined Review

Parnassus on Wheels (1917) Although I had read this volume’s sequel before, I couldn’t remember if I had read Parnassus on Wheels, and it bothered me. Fortunately, I only needed a few hours on a particularly lazy Sunday to get through the whole book. … Continue reading

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