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Tagspersonal journey; heart; pile of crap (1), librarians; dewey decimal; watches; marie antoinette (1), paul christopher; germany; spy; rima (1), mystery; serial killer; frank coffin; lola winters (1), mystery; criminal law (1), spencer (1), civl war (1), new orleans; katrina (1), murder mystery; lawyerAndy (1), wizardry (1) — see all tags

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About meI am a part-time librarian and Assistant Professor with the Prince George's Community College in Largo, MD. I also work on Sundays at Wheaton Public Library in Wheaton, MD and am a substitute librarian with Montgomery County Public Libraries in Maryland.

About my libraryThese books are for the most part books that I have read as opposed to own.

GroupsCrime, Thriller & Mystery, Librarians who LibraryThing, Maryland Librarythingers

Favorite authorsMichael Chabon, Michael Connelly (Shared favorites)

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Favorite librariesPrince George's Community College Library, White Oak Library - Montgomery County Public Libraries (MD)


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Real nameAndy Gordon

LocationSilver Spring, MD

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceNov 5, 2006

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Hi, Andy,

I have no idea what March is all about, only that rooks won the Pulitzer in 2006 for it. I really envy you the opportunity to hear two such excellent authors! If you go, please, please do let me know how it went and what you thought of it.

Hi, Andy,

I just finished reading [This Republic of Suffering} and certainly agree with you about the last part of the book. I found it really absorbing. It's quite a readable book, all things considered, given the topic.

And yes, the Ambrose Bierce excerpts will stick with me for quite a while.

Yeah, Easton's a great town. Really starting to grow, but still has a small-town feel. You drive through it on the way to Ocean City.
Thank you for thinking my libray is interesting. I am in the process of putting reviews (really mere comments) on the books in my library--which are all the books I have read in my life--and have gotten back to May 1994. There are some books which will not get comments becasue I did not make such when I read them, but many will.
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