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Businiess name:  Bailey-Coy Books
Review by:  Mr B.
Review content: 
Located on Capitol Hill, Bailey Coy has always been a source of great new books to read. They have a nice display of new books w/ written recommendations from those on staff that have read them. Even better, they're not your typical mass market releases, they're books from local authors or newer authors that I wouldn't have heard about otherwise. Some people think they're clever and ask for recommendations only to buy at Amazon where they think they're getting a better deal. Keep it up and Bailey Coy will go the way of the dinosaurs and you'll have nothing to read but Tom Clancy and Ann Coulter. If you do end up paying $2 extra a book, get over it, b/c Bailey Coy also has a frequent buyers card, which ends up being equivalent to a free book after reading 10. And, if they don't have one in stock they'll order it for you.

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