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It may strike you as curious, as it certainly strikes me, that in over three years of blogging about visits to other booksellers, I have never yet had occasion to describe this operation in reverse – a fellow bookseller coming to visit me.

This is because, by and large, they simply don’t – at least not on business. There are booksellers who occasionally come socially for parties, supper, or a Sunday lunch.  There have been very occasional (fingers-of-one-hand) and notable exceptions, but there is only one bookseller – a man in a quiet and private way of business – who regularly calls.  He routinely comes to see me once or twice a year and just as routinely happily departs with a bagful of books.  But this blessed example is not one that anyone else follows – at least until last Saturday.

Yes – a visit from…

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