Not easy to answer. First of all, every bookshop owner praises himself as a sharp bookkeeper. All of them buy used books. That's what they do. Even working in their own shop they are book teachers. Boxes come up with bugs, garden selling items and books with sloping slopes and hard boundaries without a dustbag. You see it daily. You need to book this box in the same way you would make the shelves in dusty streets that nobody knows.
This particular owner was always looking for a copy of John Grisham's first book, A Time to Kill. It was released in a soft coat with very low emissions on the east coast. Mostly by John himself, that rumor has it. This volume is true first edition of the book. When the company became a monster game, A Time to Kill was published in Hard Bound and it went out as the first edition.
It's not easy to find a book like this. You probably will not find it. Yes, it would make its collection of books even more valuable to have this soft bound copy, but it was bragging rights to have what Book Scouts love to say. "Oh, you mean you do not have a copy of the soft-bound version?"
So one day the bookmaker was digging in his basement for books. An exclusive store with a basement with all the problems that can be pulled up and down the stairs, but he loved one and customers loved going down and crawling though the shelves look for great readings or rare books.
Seated in the stool, the bookkeeper worked on a series of books and saw a soft book titled A Time to Kill on her. He dropped it out and looked at it. His hands began to shake when he studied the book. It was the first version he had been looking for. It was in his own shop that sat on the shelf. He looked at the price. He had rewarded it at $ 10.00. Who could have bought the book.
The answer is to look everywhere! You never know when you're going to find used books. But be sure to look at what you already know because you just do not remember what you have. Even more importantly, there is a lot of good used bookshops around who have no idea what they have. Nobody can know all about books. I have placed next to the scouts and got rid of books that I had no idea of having resale value, and I have pressed books next to the ones they played. Lots of room out there, and there are books that sit in bookstores worth thousands of dollars you can buy for $ 10.00. Is this happening every day? No, it is not. It could never happen, but it will not stop us from looking.