Small Business are Beautiful

My book, “A Rent Seeker’s Paradise” will be out in bookstores next week.

You can pre-order it from Agenda Bookshop from this link:

Apart from Agenda, a long list of stationers and small bookstores opted to stock up with my book. Who said that radical literature can’t go mainstream?

Shout out to all these beautiful small businesses who are selling my book.

Circle A – Arkadia Gozo  

Zaky’s – Naxxar

Bookworm – Rabat Gozo

Bargate – Rabat Gozo

Paper Clip – St. Pauls Bay

Charlies Stationery – Bugibba

Gozo Scribbles

Scribble Stationery – Rabat Gozo

The School Shop – Ghajnsielem Gozo

Eclipse – Mgarr Malta  

Squiggles – Mellieha

Marianna Stationery – Mellieha

Calsteps – B ’Kara

Eduline – B ‘Kara

Cauchi Stationery – Mosta

Meli – Valletta

Spells – Attard

Crayons – Attard

Higher Grade Stationery – Attard

Steve Stationery – Balzan

Electroit – Qormi

Mark Vella Zarb San Gwann

Rosabel – Fgura

Hompesh Stationery – Fgura

The Drury – Msida

Die Ecke – Siggiewi

Kevin’s Stationery – Siggiewi

Zebbug Bazaar – Zebbug

MaltaCentre Point Stationery – Zebbug

Malta Lydia Stationery – Birzebbuga

Pinpoint Zurrieq

Big Apple – Naxxar

Morris – Sliema


  1. This is extremely good. A fairly quick read (179 pages). Full of insights and some stories that were new to me (e.g. about Owen Bonnici). I’ve been a vocal critic of Labour and am a member of Repubblika. I was therefore not expecting to agree with everything Camilleri has written in this book. However, his honesty and the force of his arguments are so strong that I was won over. I was particularly interested in what he tells one about the way Labour hierarchy works, about corruption under the PN and his belief that things will eventually change (“I have great hope in the young and coming generations”). I applaud his bravery in writing A Rent Seeker’s Paradise. This is a very important book.

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