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Daybreak Kamloops | Dec 12, 2012 | 4:33

Final chapter for At Second Glance books in Kamloops

It's all over for a used book store in downtown Kamloops. At Second Glance Books had been selling off its products, then giving them away for free. Finally this week the final books were tossed in the dumpster. Samantha Garvey was there

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