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Sidekick Steals

The inside story on outside book deals

December 15, 2007

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Ken Gloss must have a thing for odd numbers. The owner of the Brattle Book Shop sells thousands of books for $1, $3, and $5 in the outside lot next to his Downtown Crossing store. For about 20 years, Gloss has moved overflow books to outside carts and shelves when titles are plentiful and demand is low (maybe "Valley of ... (Full article: 232 words)

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