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Favorite authorsJoe Bennett, Bill Bryson, Augusten Burroughs, Tracy Chevalier, Douglas Coupland, Tracy Culleton, Richard Dawkins, Helen Forrester, Stephen Fry, Mark Haddon, Bernard MacLaverty, Frank McCourt, Ian McEwan, Mil Millington, Brendan O'Carroll, Joseph O'Connor, John O'Farrell, Sue Townsend (Shared favorites)

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Favorite librariesBrownlow Library, Portadown Library

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Member sinceJul 29, 2006

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