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November 19, 2014


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Glorious post Jane. This type of writing is why I love your blog so much and have read it for all these years.

Lisa G.

This sounds so very appealing.


Jarndyce is actually quite new to bookselling (well 1960s) but they have a coal fire burning in the grate and it smells wonderful. I used to work in Bedford Square and miss it at this time of year particularly.


Makes me want to be there. This afternoon, at dusk.

Deborah Taylor

I agree with Penny. Powerfully evocative words Jane. I can smell the hot buttered crumpets!


My favourite part of London. I always stay there when I'm in town. Thanks for this post.

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