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Thank you for posting Mike. I had never heard of this site.

Just found a copy of my favourite Great War book, Richard Holmes' Tommy - signed, first edition for under £20. As you say what's not to like?

David

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Mikke (sic)

Thanks for another good link that is going to be absolutely catastrophic for the contents of my piggy bank.

Pete

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Thankks Peete

Should save a few quid in the long run though?

Mike

Now that's the kind of logic that got the country into its current penurious state Mike :hypocrite:

David

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In my experience Biblio & all the many similar sites are just poor relations of ABE. I used to search several sites at once, but a book was always more likely to turn up on the bigger site. Plus this forum won't benefit if you buy elsewhere.

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Plus this forum won't benefit if you buy elsewhere.

My theory is, if you can buy books cheap, do so, you will then have more cash for a donation, and, hopefully, more knowledge to impart?

Mike

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All points duly noted. I am just pleased with myself that despite having the opportunity to crack the Notting Hill joke about unsigned copies of Middlebrook tomes (which I've been doing ad nauseam for 20 years), I fought the impulse. I am very fond of Martin both as a writer and a person and I had a vision of him looking over his glasses at me disaprovingly. That used to happen a lot.

Ppeete.

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