AUSTIN, Texas -- Surrounded by floor-to-ceiling magazines and the latest paperbacks, Steve Staton sits on a wooden bench and pages through an issue of Gulf Coast Fisherman. Staton could be at a bookstore, instead he's in the middle of an H.E. Butt Grocery Co. supermarket. It's San Antonio-based H-E-B's largest book section to date at a new store in the Austin suburb of Round Rock. Designed to have a specialty bookstore feel, the 400-square-foot section, containing magazines, newspapers, ...
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