I just finished listening to the audio of 84 Charing Cross Road (thanks to a post somewhere on here). Like everyone else, I took a shine to Helene, and so went looking for Duchess of Bloomsbury, but no audio, and the only ebook I could find was 15 quid. Get lost, not paying that for a bit of code.
Then chanced upon openlibrary.org, where I could borrow a copy for free. Half way through it now. Marvellous! Don't want to jinx it, but they seem to have a decent choice of books too. Just thought I'd spread the joy in case anyone else is interested.
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