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About meAvid reader, former radio personality, one-time radio Talk Show Host. Current computer support specialist.

About my libraryMy wife says I have to many books, but it's so difficult to part with "old friends".


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Real nameFrank Errington

LocationSuburban Philadelphia, PA

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Member sinceOct 17, 2010

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