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About meI am a librarian and have been Head of Children's Services at the Ontario City Library in Southern California since 1993. I come from a family of reading addicts and, if no books are available, will read the ketchup bottle or any other text at hand.

Other likes/hobbies: movies. poker, dogs, wood carving.

About my libraryMy home library is huge and eclectic; literally every room contains books. I have quite a lot of classic literature but also read heavily in genre fiction of all types, especially science fiction/fantasy and mysteries. I tend to have a weird variety of non-fiction, picking up things that grab my interest

GroupsCrime, Thriller & Mystery, Kindley Book Club, Librarians who LibraryThing

Real nameSusan Umpleby

LocationOntario, California

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Member sinceMar 8, 2008

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