The first was Sainsbury's Books. This store is for the professional collector and often has the harder to find Bond books. This time it had a copy of Deaver's "Carte Blanche" plus a copy of Higson's "Blood Fever" (not pictured). But it also had a copy of the more difficult to find hardback "How 007 Got His Name" by Mary Wickham Bond. No purchases made though.
The final bookshop on my Camberwell visit was a store just over the road from the historic Rivoli Theatre. Camberwell Books has a large number of books, many of which are on-line. I've purchased a few paperbacks from here over the years. Today they had two Gardner's "GoldenEye" and "Nobody Lives Forever" and two Flemings "OHMSS" and "From Russia With Love", all of which I had.
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