Not a thing. Enjoy the Summer week, everyone!
Amazingly, I didn’t buy a single book in Buffalo or Niagara, despite visiting a huge book warehouse in Ontario.
I did have three books waiting when we got home, including the newest Crippen & Landru Lost Classics edition, The Duel of Shadows by Vincent Cornier. The other two were from the Exchange: Paul Bishop’s Kill Me Again (first Fey Croaker book) and Barbara Nadel’s After the Mourning. I picked up three of hers in London in April but, naturally, have not read any of them as yet.
Nothing on the trip, eh, Jeff? What restraint, or maybe you just didn’t see anything you fancied. My only thought on the others is this: you bought a 4th Nadel book without reading any of the other three? I understand doing that, but it’s something I’ve stopped doing myself, after too many disappointments with a first book after buying several… then what do you do?
I’m amazed you didn’t find anything at THE BOOK DEPOT, Jeff. A visit there usually costs me $100…if I’m lucky! I can easily spend more. Our BORDERS stores are offering 50% off just about everything. I picked up some Wodehouse from Overlook Press.
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