Books you like to buy

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Books you like to buy

Postby WhoGabe on July 9th, 2011, 1:26 pm

Hi Tom!
I'm looking forward to finally meeting you next February! What do you prefere as a gift, Italian wine or cheese? :D No! This is not my question today!

I've been in London two weeks ago and I visited the amazing Henry Pordes Bookstore. I was looking for some Naval History books. The nice guy there said that you goes there often to search for books, so I asked him to thank you and salute you on my behalf. Hope he did (or will, next time you go there).
So my question is: which kind of books you look for when you go at Henry Pordes Bookstore?

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Re: Books you like to buy

Postby Tom Baker on July 18th, 2011, 11:54 am

Dear Gabriella,

The choice in Henry Pordes is so wide. I have been buying books there for many years. I bought nearly all my Dickens books there. The last time I was there I was looking for an anthology of Shakespeare. But even if they do not have what you want they are so amusing and kind.

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