And it's the absolute best, too! A much-loved and very essential part of the second-hand book industry in the twin cities, Best Books has been instrumental in providing literature to the poor but passionate patrons of the written word. Especially to Mills and Boon fans.
As befits any good second-hand bookstore, their collection is wide and varied. They have kilograms of back issues of the National Geographic, tons (literally) of hard-bound coffee table books, reams of all kinds of comics, lots of bestsellers that once topped lists, and their specialty - old cloth- and leather-bound books with withering pages. These you must buy, if only for the sake of a stranger's musty memories. Or to repay an astronomical overdue library charge.
You'll also find them at the Sunday book bazaar
in Abids. Thanks to the increased level of randomness, you're even more likely to find a book you wouldn't usually. Because as any regular romantic at Best Books knows, you don't go there looking for a book. You go looking for a book to find you.