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Posted by Jim Concannon  December 11, 2006 04:49 PM

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The oh-so-short hunt is over.

Lame Duck Books
in Cambridge, which had just reported two manuscripts by novelist Jorge Luis Borges missing (and prompting an international search that included Interpol), found them today at the store, apparently simply improperly filed. The antiquarian bookseller valued the manuscripts at upwards of $1 million. I don't feel so bad now about misplacing my car keys.

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