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About meWell, obviously, that's not my picture! But I just love it.
About my libraryThe biggest section of my library is devoted to baseball. I have in the neighborhood of 1,000 books, roughly 800 non-fiction and 200 fiction. I also have a lot of private eye/detective fiction. Then just a little bit of everything.
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Real nameDan Nichols
LocationFlower Mound TX
Account typepublic, lifetime
Member sinceJul 18, 2006
Currently readingThe Politics of Glory, How the Baseball Hall of Fame Really Works by Bill James
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