How Brick & Mortar Books has become a pillar of the Redmond community

Customers are greeted by this view inside Brick & Mortar Books, a popular spot among the local tech community. (Ken Lambert / The Seattle Times)

In the Eastside suburb that tech companies like Microsoft made famous, the independent bookstore Brick & Mortar has become an invaluable part of the local literary community. The store was opened by the Ullom family four years ago with little bookselling experience.

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