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Tagsliterature (117), literature/detective (44), literature/spy (26), united states history (22), russia/post-soviet union (17), travel/journalism (17), science fiction (17), maine (16), foreign policy (16), auto-biography (15) — see all tags

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About meA geologist who reads almost everything. I think Graham Greene commented on the sad state of people who don't create. I feel the same way about people who don't read.

About my libraryCollected since high school. My library has over 700 books including professional manuals and texts. (Literature, Current Events, Foreign Affairs, History, Philosophy, Biography, State of Maine, Science, Mass Paperback)


Real nameJohn Breedlove

LocationBangor, Maine

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Member sinceDec 10, 2005

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