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Iliad Bookshop

(818) 509-2665
Type: Indie Bookstore

Located in North Hollywood, California, Iliad Bookshop is one of the largest used bookstores in the Los Angeles area. The store specializes in literature and the arts, with over 100,000 books in stock. 

Address: 5400 Cahuenga Boulevard
North Hollywood, CA 91601
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