Saturday, 4 January 2014

That thrift store was a gold mine for old bestsellers - Thomas B. Costain, Arthur Hailey, Lloyd C. Douglas - a true embarrassment of riches. Things may have changed in the two decades I've been away. But, hey, it was at that same thrift store that I found my copy, a first edition inscribed by Eric Kierans.

That was back in 1991. Cost me two bucks.

Yes, I keep track of these things.

And I use an American dollar bill as a bookmark.

I'm an eccentric, all right.

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