"Early on in this rambling, easygoing account of his career, Mason mentions three outstanding classics of [the] subgenre: Charles Everitt's The Adventures of a Treasure Hunter , David Randall's Dukedom Large Enough , and David Magee's Infinite Riches . The Pope's Bookbinder belongs on the same shelf."Michael Dirda, The Washington Post
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About the Author
David Mason was born in Toronto and has been an antiquarian bookseller in that city since 1967, after serving an apprenticeship with Joseph Patrick Books. He has, during that period, had five different locations and continues to insist on having an open shop in downtown Toronto in spite of the huge costs, general indifference, and the disappearance of most of his colleagues. His present shop is called David Mason Books.
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