Traditional used bookstores the kind with a mix of recent hardcovers, classic fiction and obscure old tomes with gotta-have titles such as I Was a Soviet Worker are going the way of the 8-track, thanks to the Internet. Thats why BOOKS AGAIN is so refreshing. It carries Southern literature, mysteries, first editions, signed novels, childrens books and so forth, ranging in age from last year to the late 19th century. And its downtown Decatur location is appropriate, given that our most progressive suburb has become a literary center with its own annual book festival, an antiquarian book fair and more than its share of independent bookstores. Books Again reminds us of why we like used bookstores in the first place: You never know what youll find.