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The Bookshop Guide - the only guide to all the UK's secondhand and antiquarian bookshops, bookrooms, and market stalls.  Add your bookshop here

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25.07.17. 'Prices in the rest of the shop reminded me of that Harry Enfield "I saw you coming ..." sketch' (Home and Colonial Antiques) and other recent readers' reviews.  Add a comment

24.07.17. Vivienne Mills of Astley Book Farm says that Eastgate Bookshop's end of lease sale is now complete, the shop has closed and that the entire stock has been purchased by them. A my thanks to readers who have been updating me.  Add a comment

24.07.17. Shaun Kenaelly remembers Jonathan Gibbs, a bookseller known to many of us from his time at The Malvern Bookshop and as a regular PBFA exhibitor who specialised in music and horse racing ... more  Add a comment

21.07.17. Thanks to all who reported that the 'bookseller from hell' is selling Bloomindales in Hawes. Steve Bloom claims that he hasn't been forced out but Councillor John Blackie can barely conceal his glee that he is to be replaced by a 'very welcoming' couple. ... more  Add a comment

21.07.17. Henry Middleton has discoverd that Mark Richardson has been successful in finding new owners for MR Books in Tonbridge, Kent, which will reopen on August 12th.  Add a comment

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We consider a 'shop' to be any business with a significant stock of secondhand or collectable books, that welcomes visitors at advertised times, or by prior appointment. This includes permanent units in antique markets, private bookrooms, and weekly market stalls. Entries in the Bookshop Guide are free, so why not take the opportunity to add your shop now.

Perhaps the most (in)famous bookshop guide was produced by Drif and old copies continue to delight customers and enrage many in the book trade. Drif reviewed the owners as much as their shops or stock and revelled in their eccentricities.

In the spirit of Driff we invite you to review the nation's bookshops and tell us which you think are the good, the bad and the ugly.

Left you out? Got the details wrong? Please send us your corrections.


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