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CollectionsYour library (181), Wishlist (3), Currently reading (3), To read (3), Read but unowned (4), All collections (186)

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About my libraryMy library consists of the books that I have read in the last few years plus some favourites that I want to be reminded about. I read as part of a book group so some of the titles aren't ones that I would otherwise have chosen, but have read absolute gems that way. They are mainly fiction but I try and read the odd science based book too.


Favorite authorsJane Gardam, Mary Lawson (Shared favorites)

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LocationKendal, Cumbria

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Member sinceFeb 26, 2008

Currently readingCuttings: A Year in the Garden with Christopher Lloyd (Pimlico) by Christopher Lloyd
Selected Stories (Wordsworth Classics) by A.P. Chekhov
Keys to Good Cooking by Harold McGee

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