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Death of a Typographer by Nick Gadd
This is the most fun I’ve had reading a book in years. It’s funny, whimsical, a parody, a leg-pull. I learnt about the history and current use and interpretation of modern typography without glazing over. Public signage will never be the same again. And a hoot of a murder mystery as well. All by a local western-suburbs author.