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    I want the above book by Terry Storey. Does anybody have a spare that they do not need? It seems the kind of book that is bought and kept, so I will not be surprised if no one wants to let go of one.
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    Got one but it's not spare, sorry. Unless you're gonna buy new, they're like chickens' teeth.
    (In very small and infrequent amounts, situated within the beaks of small birds.)

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    Thank you Bunny One, I have been watching that, and there is one with Amazon, however, being of great stingyness I was trying to spend a little less......
    Richard.
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    Or try this link http://www.abebooks.co.uk/ I have used this a lot for finding secondhand books. Not the same pleasure as rummaging through an old book shop but if you know what you want someone will have it somewhere.
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    Not sure if it's any help, but I picked one up in TISO in Newcastle during the summer, it'd been on the shelf for a good while and they had a couple of other copies (although not in the same cover).

    Probably worth giving them a bell, or I can check when I'm "doon tha toon" on Tuesday for you.

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    Not got a copy I'm afraid but some of the book is available on-line.
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