Katrina picked up a British Library Crime Classic copy of Antidote to Venom by Freeman Wills Crofts and discovered she had it already so she gave it to me. I had bought Death and the Pleasant Voices while there and read it and left it with Katrina. Katrina also gave me a lovely hardback copy of Georgette Heyer's mystery No Wind of Blame. Also found a nice small old copy of Robert Louis Stevenson's Catriona, the sequel to Kidnapped.
My favorite finds are the gorgeous copy, with perfect dust cover, of A.J. Cronin's A Song of Six Pence and the Compton MacKenzie's The Passionate Elopement. Ten of my books go on my Scottish bookshelf, written by Scots or about Scotland!