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About my libraryFiction ~ Mystery, Historical, Cultural, Psych pieces. Love a good story. Try to find novels that hold my somewhat limited attention span... and are well written. Need an occasional erudite, acclaimed author in order to keep me from slipping into total complacency ("schmuck" pulp, sappy, schmaltz and the like). At this time my library is not available for swapping.

GroupsCrime, Thriller & Mystery

Favorite authorsJames A. Michener, Philip Roth, John Steinbeck, John Updike (Shared favorites)

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LocationHingham, MA

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Member sinceOct 10, 2007

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