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A London Guide to Indie Book Shops #IndieBookshopWeek

As a blogger and Londoner, I spend many an hour hiking around the city visiting bookstores, admiring their collections and forgetting real life even exists. When picking the store of choice for endless browsing, the ability to get lost in thought is essential and this often comes down to the interior design and types of books that they house. Independent bookstores have mastered this, with many approaching a less modern and more traditional interior, creating a sense of time-travel the second you step through the door. With the addition of stocking extremely rare books, there is nothing better than finding the perfect book to expand your literary collection. Here is my list of the top locations in London and their various specialisms. Peter Harrington
Address: 100 Fulham Road SW3 6HS and 43 Dover Street Mayfair, W1S 4FF
Best for: Rare Books, First Editions Peter Harrington stocks a range of titles from the fifteenth to the twentieth centuries. It is a stunning store…

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