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Murder in the Mews: Four Cases of Hercule Poirot (Hercule Poirot Mysteries) by Agatha Christie
People of Darkness by Tony Hillerman
Blaze finds forgotten roads. by C. W. Anderson
Hedda Gabler (Dover Thrift Editions) by Henrik Ibsen
The Pink Dress by Anne Alexander
Lady Chatterley's Lover by D. H. Lawrence
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About my libraryThis library contains books which I enjoyed reading when I was a child and an adolescent. I was and still am an avid reader. My best childhood memories were of all the wonderful books I read. In some instances, I have included books that authors wrote to continue a series, which were written after I became an adult, as I have read some of these as well. The editions that I have chosen are not necessarily the ones I read, as those were generally older.
Groups40-Something Library Thingers, Anglophiles, Author Theme Reads, BBC Radio 3 Listeners, Best in Children's Books Collectors' Group, British & Irish Children's Fiction, Canadian Fiction/Non-Fiction Reading Challenge, Children's Fiction, Children's Literature, Fairy Tale Readers —show all groups, Geeks who love the Classics, Girl Guides and Girl Scouts, Girls Fiction, Hogwarts Express, Lashings of Ginger Beer!, Literary Centennials, Name that Book, Newbery Challenge, Rare, Old or Offbeat, Read YA Lit, Reading Globally, Reading Through Time, Scholastic Books, Swedish Thing, Tattered but still lovely, Vintage children's and young adult books, What Are You Reading Now?, What the Dickens...?
Favorite bookstores57th Street Books, Adler's Foreign Books, Archives Book Shop of East Lansing, Arethusa Book Shop, Atticus Book Store, Aunt Agatha's, Barnes & Noble Booksellers - Ann Arbor, Barnes & Noble Booksellers - Evanston, Barnes & Noble Booksellers - Kalamazoo, Barnes & Noble Booksellers - University Park Mall, Book Trader Cafe, Byrn Mawr Book Shop, Chicago Rare Book Center, City Lights Books, Crazy Wisdom Bookstore & Tea Room, Curious Book Shop, David's Books, Dawn Treader Book Shop, DePaul University Bookstore - DePaul Center, DePaul University Bookstore - Lincoln Park, Friends Book Shop, Gibson's Used Bookstore (MSU), Great Expectations, Howard's Books, Iowa Book, Kaleidoscope Books & Collectibles, Leaves of Grass Rare Books, Literati Bookstore, MSU Surplus Store, Museum Shop of the Art Institute of Chicago, Myopic Books, Ned's MSU, Newberry Library Bookstore, Norris Center Bookstore, O'Gara and Wilson, Booksellers, Powell's - Hyde Park, Prairie Lights Books, Seminary Co-op Bookstore, Spartan Bookstore, Student Book Store, The Book Shop, The Foundry Music Company, The Haunted Bookshop, The Yale Bookstore, University Book Store, University of Chicago Bookstore, University of Notre Dame - The Hammes Bookstore, Yale Medical Bookstore
Favorite librariesArt Institute of Chicago - Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Buhr Shelving Facility - University of Michigan, Center for Research Libraries, Chicago Public Library - Albany Park Branch, Chicago Public Library - Bucktown-Wicker Park Branch, Chicago Public Library - Harold Washington Library Center, Chicago Public Library - Independence Branch, Chicago Public Library - Jefferson Park Branch, Chicago Public Library - Lincoln Park Branch, DePaul University - Lincoln Park Campus - John T. Richardson Library, Downtown Library (Ann Arbor District Library), East Lansing Public Library, Evanston Public Library - Main Library, Frances Willard Memorial Library and Archives, Galesburg Memorial Library, Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library - University of Michigan, Iowa City (Ia.) Public Library, Kalamazoo College Library, Kalamazoo Public Library, Michigan State University Library -- Main, New Haven Free Public Library: Main Library (Ives Memorial Library), Newberry Library, Northwestern University - Chicago Campus - Feinberg School of Medicine - Galter Health Sciences Library, Northwestern University - Evanston Campus - Charles Deering (Main) Library, Northwestern University - Evanston Campus - Geology Library, Northwestern University - Evanston Campus - Science and Engineering Library, Polish Museum of America Library, Portage District Library, University of Chicago - Eckhart Library, University of Chicago - Harper Memorial Library Commons, University of Chicago - John Crerar Library, University of Chicago - Joseph Regenstein Library, University of Notre Dame - Hesburgh Library, Vicksburg District Library, Waldo Library/Western Michigan University, Whitney Library (of the New Haven Museum), Yale University - Astronomy Library, Yale University - Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library (BRBL), Yale University - Chemistry Library, Yale University - Classics Library, Yale University - Drama Library, Yale University - Engineering and Applied Science Library, Yale University - Epidemiology and Public Health Library, Yale University - Forestry and Environmental Studies Library, Yale University - Geology Library, Yale University - Kline Science Library, Yale University - Law Library, Yale University - Medical Library, Yale University - Music Library, Yale University - Ornithology Library, Yale University - Social Science Libraries & Information Services (SSL), Yale University - Sterling Memorial Library (SML), Young Men's Institute Library
Other favoritesPrinters Row Lit Fest 2011, Friends of the Evanston Public Library: Big Book Sale, Newberry Library Mystery Book Fair, Newberry Library Book Fair, Ann Arbor Book Festival, Kerrytown BookFest, 50th Michigan Antiquarian Book and Paper Show, Ann Arbor Book Festival, International Congress on Medieval Studies
Real nameRenée Szostek
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Member sinceApr 6, 2011
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