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The backroom is non-fiction for travel and art books while the other backroom is westerns, science fiction and classics.

“Basically anything. If it’s a book, I’ve got it,” she said.

Levy also supports local authors such as Barrie Doyle with his Oak Grove Conspiracies series.

“Barrie has been a fabulous customer of mine for years.”

Levy has been in business for so long and has a broad customer base, she doesn’t have to travel to book shows to get stock. It comes to her.

“People just bring me their books. I pick what I can use and give them a store credit.”

Giving a store credit rather than cash helps her bottom line, she said.

“Now I have to work hard at not overstocking.”

Winters are a…

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