Book digger

Oxfam Bookshop right in the front of Hampstead Undeground station, on 45 Heath St is worth an individual post. Usually, I leave a charity shop with one or two book(s) and a magazine or vinyl (on a good day), but this Sunday will go down in history as the best Sunday for a Book Digger like me.
I had to leave behind the A Clockwork Orange a dystopian novel by Anthony Burgess, Marcel Proust’s In the Shadow of Young Girls in Flower, biographies of Steve Jobs and Mick Jagger and finally The Art of Seduction by Robert Greene. I will definitely come back and if you are around in Hampstead Heath do pay a visit. 

Plus, at last, I found The Catcher in The Rye, this partly influenced my over-excitement. Also, who can live without 77 mind-blowing sex positions guide by Cosmo?
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