Final chapter for At Second Glance books in Kamloops

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[left] Books are packed into boxes at At Second Glance in early December (Adrian Nieoczym/CBC) [right] In the bookstore's heyday, books were stacked up high and sorted in the store windows by colour and shape. (atsecondglance.com)
It's all over for a used book store in downtown Kamloops.

For over a decade, At Second Glance was a book-lovers paradise. But times are tough, and for the past few weeks the store has been clearing its shelves  -- going out of business.

At first prices were cut. Then everything was simply free for the taking.

And finally a big dumpster was brought in.

Daybreak's Samantha Garvey dropped in on Tuesday for the store's final day.
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