Second-hand book fan? Indulge your weakness, and save Paper Moon Bookshop
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Kieno Kammies interviewed Chris Ormrod, owner of Paper Moon Bookshop (there’s one in Muizenberg and Woodstock).
Paper Moon sells carefully selected pre-owned books in near-mint condition.
Listen to the interview in the audio below.
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