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London Bookstore Heywood Hill Curates Libraries
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The tiny London shop, Heywood Hill curates impressive collections and custom libraries and book sets for customers in 60 different countries and gets you what you cannot. Opened in 1936 by Heywood Hill himself, the store is now owned by the store’s current manager Nicky Dunne’s father-in-law, the 12th Duke of Devonshire. Let’s say you moved to a new house with an empty library, they curate the perfect library based on your personality, personal interests and hobbies. Or you have a specific interest in a certain topic, they create you a collection on the topic with the first prints to the newest editions. Dunne tells that customers so far have asked for selections of books they should read before they die, or for books about Western engagement in the Arab world, or Olympics, or Modernism. You can visit Heywood Hill at 10 Curzon St, London.