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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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14.05.19. I'm out of the office until May 24 and with limited internet access, it will be maintance only until then.  Add a comment

13.05.19. Hawkridge Books who had a bookshop in Castletown from 1995-2010, have returned to shopkeeping in Bakewell. They specialise in ornithology and natural history, but sell quality books books in all subjects.  Add a comment

7.05.19. 'Serious, erudite bookdealer in an adventure of a shop with extensive stock in a tight space' + 14 other recent bookshop reviews.  Add a comment

7.05.19. Thanks to Chris Browning for adding the Emmaus Department Store in Rochdale, which he says has a floor purely of books.  Add a comment

2.05.19. Many thanks to John of Pitch22 in York for the news that George Ramsden of Stone Trough Books died earlier this month and the shop has closed. There's an obit in the Telegraph (free to read if you register). Good to be reminded that it was once described as "an anti-bookshop.  Add a comment

30.04.19. Eric Goodyer has recently opened Birsay Books on Orkney. Expect books on Orkney, ornithology, natural history, science fiction & fantasy, as well as other subjects.  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.

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