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I enjoyed all the talk about what makes someone love old books and treasure them, and it was intriguing to contemplate what would make someone love books so much that he would risk... Read morePublished 20 days ago by lilacsblooming
Weird, different type of story. Written at a high vocabulary level so be prepared to annotate and expand your vocabulary.Published 1 month ago by Suzanne Parker-Rutter
This investigative book covers repeated theft of books. I wanted more on his family life and a psychologist analysis of him and motives. Overall, an interesting but easy read. Read morePublished 3 months ago by S. Mullins
An interesting peek into the book collecting world and how one man was able to successfully con book dealers all over the country out of their prized books. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nancy A
An interesting blend of a non-fiction tell-all and a detective novel. Curious and maddening, heartwarming and gut wrenching for those who adore books.Published 7 months ago by Lowly Peon
I'll get right to the point: if you know something about, or are interested in, any of the following things -- the antiquarian and rare book trade, the mechanics of good... Read morePublished 7 months ago by jonny17
A real page turner! A learned a lot about the book industry as well. Super interesting!Published 9 months ago by #redhead.with.book
What Bartlett does here has been done elsewhere and to good effect. If you're not familiar with the pathological thieving niche of the book world, though, Bartlett's is a fun and... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Librum