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July 16, 2009

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Mack

I am sorry to see Creatures and Crooks close as well. They are the only indie bookstore of their sort within driving distance for me. Nothing I purchased on my last trip was available on the shelf in any of the big box bookstores. They will be missed.

Patti Abbott

I wonder if there is anyway back from this. Is it possible that anything will turn this around. So depressing.

BV Lawson

I'm trying to be hopeful, but the tea leaves are not converging in a manner which looks good for brick-and-mortar bookstores, alas.

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