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<<Just curious of the website you are referring to. Thanks.>>
Sara Hassen made a recommendation yesterday for www.Bookfinder.com in
response to someone else's query for finding books inexpensively. I
neglected to include her comments from that post, which might lead to
In following her recommendation, however, I found a great site! Just
remember to do as she recommended, and spell "Bookfinder" without a plural,
or (according to Sara) you'll get a porn site. I followed her directions
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