Warmly Inscribed by Lawrence Goldstone
The New England Forger and Other Book Tales

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The authors of two previous well-received volumes on book collecting now regale their many fans with fascinating facts and fables about famous libraries and infamous forgers. "The Goldstones, a husband-and-wife book book collecting/writing team, follow two previous memoirs about their occupational adventures with this entertaining offering . . . The Goldstones writes with flair and humor . . . an undemanding and fun read for bibliophiles, whether antiquarian collectors or not."-Publishers Weekly on Warmly Inscribed.

About Lawrence Goldstone

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Lawrence and Nancy Goldstone live with their daughter in Westport, Connecticut.
Published June 20, 2001 by Thomas Dunne Books. 224 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home. Non-fiction

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The Goldstones, husband-and-wife antiquarian booksellers well known for writing books about books (Slightly Chipped, 1999, etc.), have apparently never experienced a book-related incident that has somehow not made it into the pages of one or another of their memoirs.

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Included also is a description of a trip they took with their daughter to the Library of Congress, a critical look at selling rare books online and anecdotes about book fairs and bookstores where the Goldstones continue to search for treasure.

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