Definitions

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  • n. a dealer in books; a merchant who sells books

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Examples

  • My uncle, Craig Ross, was an old-school gentleman bookdealer.

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  • As she starts doing the binding and falls into a business relationship with a rather sleazy bookdealer, she is drawn into a world of underground pornography for the aristocracy, and becomes more and more deeply embroiled.

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  • This bookdealer reminds me of my beloved friend Loretta.

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  • It's the word of mouth thing, in the long run nothing beats word of mouth, I remember this from the time I spent as a bookdealer as well - people would come looking for books that friends recommended, none of them read reviews in newspapers.

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  • In the meantime, you can now purchase paper copies of Pirate's Price, its sequel, Smuggler's Bride, and the newest release, Captain Sinister's Lady from Amber Quill Press or through your favorite bookdealer.

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  • But on this occasion, I went alone and the bookdealer, who was normally so friendly, asked: "Where's your friend?"

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  • "No one lifts anything like they do in a bicep curl" - my biceps were well-developed years before I ever started lifting weights because I lifted stacks and boxes of books (as a bookdealer, librarian, etc).

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  • ok, we have to give a summary of where we fit in? former bookdealer, has sold some short stories recently, no novels yet.

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  • former bookdealer, has sold some short stories recently, no novels yet.

    Question: What Reviews Do You Read, and Why?

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