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Member: Tigerpaw70

CollectionsYour library (198)

Reviews197 reviews

TagsMystery (88), Thriller (41), Fiction (36), Historical Fiction (27), Fantasy (3), Non-Fiction (2), Erotica (1) — see all tags

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About meBooks are great companions

About my librarythis is just a few books I have been reading through the years in order to keep my library under 200 I am removing older books to make room

GroupsCrime, Thriller & Mystery, Historical Fiction, What Are You Reading Now?


LocationMontreal, Quebec, Canada

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Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceApr 28, 2008

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You marked my crime novel PELHAM FELL HERE to-read. My new short story collection SMOKING ON MOUNT RUSHMORE might also interest you. It has 16 new and selected short stories from my past decade of writing and publishing. Most are crime fiction. It's available on Kindle. Thanks for reading my fiction.

Best regards,

Ed Lynskey
Thanks for visiting my home page, sorry I took so long to acknowledge your visit, I was away visiting my mother. Yes, I do read alot, I have always had at least one book going but since I joined LT I seem to always have two or more on the go! I see we both have a love of crime and mystery books as well as historical fiction and are both members of the groups that discuss these types of books. Hope to see you on the threads. Judy
Clever review of The Thirteenth Tale. I couldn't stand it either! --Jenny
Thanks. I'll be reviewing a few more books that I've read recently while they're still fresh in my mind. A lot of the books I've reviewed so far have been things that I read in the last few years, but that are no longer fresh in my memory.
I am presently building my bookshelf with the works of my favourite authors. Ones that I have be following for some time now.
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