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Re: Garden Books on Irises

Although I do not live in America, and don't really have any idea on the 
way bookshops work and stuff, I don't think it can be much different 
from here.
I have the same problem with getting Iris books here in Tasmania, so I 
just find out what book I want and get the bookshop to order it in for 
me.  It doesn't cost me any extra, and it is easy.  I check out the 
online bookshops to find what I want, as I think shopping online is a 
bit dodgy.

Fiona Walsh
Tasmania, Australia

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