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Member: debs4jc

CollectionsYour library (656), Currently reading (1), All collections (656)

Reviews641 reviews

TagsChristian fiction (205), non-fiction (80), romance (59), thriller (53), fiction (53), historical (44), Christianity (36), historical fiction (35), memoir (35), suspense (33) — see all tags

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About meI'm a Christian fiction addict.

About my libraryThese are all books I've read, not that I own (for the most part). I'm an avid library user!

GroupsChristian Fiction, Christianity, Librarians who LibraryThing, Midwest Writers/Readers, MyPeopleConnection Book Clubs

Favorite authorsRandy Alcorn, Liz Curtis Higgs, T. L. Hines, Angela Elwell Hunt, Charles Martin, George Bryan Polivka, Lori Smith (Shared favorites)


Favorite bookstoresLifeWay Christian Store - Topeka

Favorite librariesTopeka & Shawnee County Public Library


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Real nameDeb

LocationTopeka, Kansas

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Member sinceAug 25, 2006

Currently readingSunday: A History of the First Day from Babylonia to the Super Bowl by Craig Harline

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