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Thank you for accepting my friends invitation! I've enjoyed watching your books come up in my connections feed as you read so many interesting books. I'm definitely looking forwards to exploring your WWI books. :)
Hello Honorbright! Thanks for accepting my friends invitation. We share a lot of books, especially the Mitford books- my favorite subject. I think you have a terrific library. Lots of stuff that I've not seen before that I want to read.
I'm so glad!

I see you have some WWI books. You're interested in the war? It's one of my passions.
The books we share are among my very favorites. So few people have Agar Adamson's letters in their libraries -- but then, not many study the First World War. Have you ever read "The Miracle of the Bells"? Not a WWI book, just something I think you might like, based on the overlaps in our libraries.
Dear Honorbright,

I hardly know what to say besides hello and that we share fifteen books. That seemed enormous to me until I noticed that you share 330 with someone else? Trawling through your library is fantastic; its like reading a menu of unheard of but wonderful-sounding food. Hopefully I will find some of your titles in South Africa.

Hello HonorBright!
Thanks for your recommendation. I have added it to my wish list. The book has received good comments from other readers as well.
I have not found many people who have even heard of Susan Howatch. I found her by accident after I had made my first trip to England, and had visited Salisbury Cathedral, where she supposedly lived. I can't even remember how I came about it, but it was very odd reading her "Church of England" series after I had just been there.
I just looked her bio up on Wikipedia, and it doesn't mention any others books in the making. She was born in 1940, so 68 years old. Maybe she doesn't write anymore?
Thanks for adding me as a friend.
I find your library very interesting. I thought I had read all the Susan Howatch books but find that you have one I've not heard of. Usually when I have alot of books in common with someone, they will be Princess Diana books. I find that we both enjoy Anne Morrow Lindbergh, and alot of other usual books.
ARe you in Canada?
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