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I have just finished reading The Psychopath Test, by Jon Ronson. I recommend it.

When I checked on Amazon prior to writing this, I was surprised to find that, once again, a book I have enjoyed and want to recommend to others, is available for next to nothing (£2.00 paperback, £0.01 used). Seems the books I value are the ones that nobody else wants.

One of the side effects to this is that it feeds self-doubt and paranoid thinking. Maybe I’m not such a good judge of books. Hey ho!

 

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