The Bookshop on Autumn Lane by Cynthia Tennent. Published by Kensington

Trudy has no intention of running the dilapidated bookstore her aunt Gertrude left her. Struggling with dyslexia her whole life, she has little use for books and plans to sell the shop. With her Collie and her 1974 Beetle, Trudy sets out to sell the store. Then she meets Kit Darlington, professor of American studies at Cambridge. Kit is looking for a manuscript that he believes may be in Trudy’s store….somewhere. As the two while away the fall days searching for the manuscript, they begin to fall for each other. This is a wonderful story for book lovers, and as a librarian with dyslexia, I can say it is indeed possible to fall in love with books

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