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Old 10-22-2012, 08:00 AM   #15
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I have bought paper books recently because they were either not available in ebook format at the time, or not available as ebooks at a price I wanted to pay.

I've bought a fair amount of golden age crime recently, and it has almost all come from charity shops and second-hand shops (especially the Agatha Christie, which is relatively easy to find), and will probably be going back there when I've read it.

I also have a legacy of unread paper books from before I had a reader, and I'm still susceptible to impulse-buying bargains.
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