Telegraph | News |
By David Derbyshire, Consumer Affairs Editor
“Not that long ago, dedicated book collectors had to seek out rare editions on the musty shelves of bookshops and charity stores.
But, for an increasing number of bibliophiles, the hunt for potentially valuable books now involves little more than a trip to the high street.
In an attempt to cash in on the demand from collectors, publishers are selling deluxe versions of new novels in mainstream bookshops.”