I think I said this the last time this topic came up, but I don't mind
repeating myself. If it hadn't been for stores selling used paperbacks, I'd
never have been able to complete my collections of Jim Thompson, Harry
Whittington, John D. MacDonald, Charles Williams, Day Keene, and on and on
and on. Of course that was in the days before the Internet made tracking
things down so much easier. And so much more expensive.
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