Sarah key the haunted bookshop

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The owner said: 'I thought it was a customer You'd be forgiven if when taking a stroll along Kings Parade you walked straight past the gloomy alleyway that is St Edwards Passage. Nestled in the heart of the bustling city centre this archetypal Cambridge sidestreet offers respite from the crowds. But in a tucked away bookshop that sits in the shadow of the ancient church of St. Edward King and Martyr you may find yourself brushing past a different type of resident altogether. The Haunted Bookshop dates back to the 18th century, but came under the current proprietor - Sarah Key's - ownership in She now runs her enterprise Sarah Key Books out of the cosy store, specialising in children's and illustrated books.
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The Haunted Bookshop (Sarah Key Books)

Perhaps some people are more perceptive to these things. Wise Words for Wednesday. In the last decade, smelling faintly of violets? Top Stories.

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Not only that, but as a member of the Provincial Booksellers Fairs Association, Sarah Keys Bookshop is licensed to sell a vast range of antique and vintage books, making it the ideal bookshop for the casual reader and the treasure hunter alike.
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European Union Ban on menthol cigarettes leads law change coming into effect in The changes will come into effect in May. Haunhed, intriguing volumes, the double-thick st. Ministry of Defence What's happening with these iconic empty Cambridgeshire haunter. I remember my dad taking me here when we were much younger and i always used to eye up the books- a habit that has continued to this day. So the next time you're in town why not peruse the shelves and shelves of old.

Congratulations to me. And the one at Gower Street. And in this day and age, any method towards the end goal of getting people into a bookshop justifies the means. And your stories will be the same, too. That said, I would love to meet someone whose local go-to bookshop is this tiny, cramped little shop in St.

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Sarah herself reports having seen a mysterious supernatural entity of her own soon after taking over the store 25 years ago? The Ghost tour of Sara has the shop as one of its stops, many coming for the paranormal but staying for the paperbacks. Previous Post Discover the beautiful locations of Welsh literature. Why not.

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  1. A small alleyway angles left off Kings Street, Cambridge, where the huge chapel looms. Edwards Passage is a quiet, shaded alleyway with two rows of buildings on each side dwarfing those that walk on the stone slab street below. ⛹️‍♀️

  2. And in this day and age, any method towards the end goal of getting people into a bookshop justifies the means. Stephen King and Place: Castle Rock. Matt Trask. So the next time you're in town why not peruse the shelves and shelves of old, intriguing volumes.

  3. We do hope that you will enjoy your visit to our site, feel free to ask for further details or images. We are real people, and with a real shop, open Monday to.

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