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An Interesting Find

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I found myself in an antiquarian bookshop last week looking through the horticultural titles (of course!). There were some really lovely old fashioned books - totally out of date now - but absolutely lovely to flick through. Also saw some second hand copies of newer titles, for example Prince Charles' book on Highgrove.  As I worked my way through the shelves I came upon an author's name that I knew but I couldn't remember where from so I took the book down off the shelf and as I opened it I remembered why it sounded familiar.

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