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Old 10-11-2017, 09:18 AM
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I'd love to read the book but the 123 price check site says that the cheapest available copy is 120! Is it possible to get a reasonably priced copy anywhere?
Herlock,
You should be able to get it from your local library.
They probably won't have it in stock, but if you ask them to order it via Inter Library Loan, they should be able to order it either from another library authority or from the British Library or the Bodleian.

There may be a small charge to cover the costs.
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Herlock,
You should be able to get it from your local library.
They probably won't have it in stock, but if you ask them to order it via Inter Library Loan, they should be able to order it either from another library authority or from the British Library or the Bodleian.

There may be a small charge to cover the costs.
Your probably right Barn. I also have a couple of local second hand book shops that I haven't visited for a while. I really want to read this book but not to the tune of 120!
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Herlock,
I'm sure that there is a mathematical formula that proves the rule that the odds of you finding a specific book that you want in a second hand book shop are either excellent or diddly squat.

But good luck anyway.��
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I'm sure that there is a mathematical formula that proves the rule that the odds of you finding a specific book that you want in a second hand book shop are either excellent or diddly squat.

But good luck anyway.��
Yup. More chance of finding the Ripper tonight! We live in hope though
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There's a paperback copy on ebay for 12*

*but sadly out of stock
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There's a paperback copy on ebay for 12*

*but sadly out of stock
I saw that one Joshua thanks. Barn's right, the library is going to be the likeliest option I think.
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Which book are you referring to Herlock? Regards. Neil Milkins.
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Herlock. Which book do you refer to? Regards. Neil.
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Herlock. Which book do you refer to? Regards. Neil.
Hi Neil,

It's your who Was Jack The Stripper.
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Hi Herlock. If you google Rose Heyworth Press you will find details there. Cheque made payable to Neil Milkins. Regards. Neil. P.S. When Howard Carter broke a hole in Tutankhamen's tomb he was asked "What can you see." He replied "Wonderful things." I am expecting to see wonderful things shortly.

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