Jon Kramer, center, and his brothers Bill, left, and Michael, visit the Twinbrook library, in Rockville, Md., to which they have made a donation after discovering long overdue books in their late father's possesions.
Jon Kramer, center, and his brothers Bill, left, and Michael, visit the Twinbrook library, in Rockville, Md., to which they have made a donation after discovering long overdue books in their late father's possesions. Bill O'Leary Washington Post
Jon Kramer, center, and his brothers Bill, left, and Michael, visit the Twinbrook library, in Rockville, Md., to which they have made a donation after discovering long overdue books in their late father's possesions. Bill O'Leary Washington Post

They paid $1,552 for library books 31,046 days overdue – and want to keep them longer

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