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Philip Kerr

“A man's bookseller should keep his confidence, like his physician. What can become of a world where every man knows what another man reads? Why, sir, books would become like quacks' potions, with every mountebank in the newspapers claiming one volume's superiority over another.”


Philip Kerr, Dark Matter: The Private Life of Sir Isaac Newton
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