https://www.novelupdates.com/series/treasure-hunting-begins-in-england/ Based on the novel's title of "treasure hunting", I was thinking of ancient relics and whatnot, so I was curious on how the author could spin that in a modern London setting. Like, how many relics could the MC encounter on a regular basis to be enough for a story? After I started reading, I realized it was more about antiques because the MC was selling his finds to his college buddy's family antique shop. However, as I continued to read, it was even more basic than that. The MC is a freelance salvager and his buddy's shop is some hybrid of salvage/antique/pawn shop. If you didn't know, a salvaging company is someone who is hired to go into a place to clean it out. In return for being able to keep anything "good" they might find, they remove and take away all of the removeable stuff, ie trash, from the structure. The benefit to the client is that they have less stuff to pay to haul out when they demolish the structure. Usually, the salvager runs a shop where they can sell off the things they take. Things like doors, windows, fireplace mantles, bed headboards, stained glass windows, fancy door handles and knobs, old wood planks, signs, decorative stair rails, antique appliances or gadgets, etc. Not really "treasures" to most people except for a house decorator who's looking for something to fit their theme, they might find a treasure there. I'm currently reading about the MC and his friend make a run to participate in "an auction of abandoned warehouses". Yeah, this particular bit is a rip off of the reality TV series Storage Wars where the show's cast bid on unpaid, abandoned units in a self storage facility. Anyway. So far, the story is keeping my interest and I want to see where it goes. The translations is really good.