What do a precious manuscript, a Buddhist monk, a world-famous bookshop, William Morris, and a mad black dog have in common?
How did a rare copy of Kelmscott Chaucer get onto Sugar Sands on Northumberland’s heritage coast? And what was I doing taking tea with Mary Manley of Barter Books in Alnwick?
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