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CollectionsYour library (1,057)

Reviews48 reviews

Tagsfiction (286), female protagonist (204), women sleuths (192), mystery (158), cozy mysteries (87), nonfiction (53), thriller (41), forensic pathology (34), philology (33), classical studies (32) — see all tags

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About meThirty-something with a degree in Classical Languages and Literatures (a Hellenist by inclination); a subsequent degree in English Literature is in progress. Strong interest in medicine, especially genetics and genealogy, astrobiology, astrophysics, reproductive endocrinology, and public health. I also have interest in voice, art history, travel narratives, and science fiction by women. I enjoy writing, but have not the temerity to do so professionally. I so admire authors for their dedication and perseverance.

Nothing is more frustrating than reading something with glaring typographical and grammatical errors. NOTHING.

About my libraryVery eclectic, encompassing a variety of genres. I read mostly fiction with a mystery/thriller bent and prefer stories with female protagonists. I also greatly enjoy historical fiction, literary criticism (but no Freud, thank you), biography, and memoir. There is a fair amount of spiritualism and supernatural phenomena in my library, topics which frequently inform both my fiction and non-fiction reading, although I consider myself agnostic bordering on atheist.

Groups1001 Books to read before you die, Crime, Thriller & Mystery, Geeks who love the Classics, Hobnob with Authors, Maryland Librarythingers, The Brontës, University of Maryland, Women of Mystery

Favorite authorsEllery Adams, Lindsay Ashford, Lindsay Jayne Ashford, Lorna Barrett, Anne Brontë, Emily Brontë, Chelsea Cain, Kate Chopin, Sheila Connolly, Lillian E. Doherty, Dianne Emley, Eurípides, Kathryn Fox, Anne Frasier, Lisa Gardner, Tess Gerritsen, Leonard Goldberg, C. W. Gortner, Kristin Hannah, Echo Heron, Lynn S. Hightower, Kay Hooper, Juvenal, Alex Kava, T. K. Kenyon, Diana Killian, Madeleine L'Engle, Laura Lippman, T.J. MacGregor, P.D. Martin, Jenny McCarthy, Cody McFadyen, Theresa Monsour, Katherine Neville, Kevin O'Brien, Ovid, Suzanne Proulx, Apollonius of Rhodes, Sappho, William Shakespeare, Mary Shelley, Karin Slaughter, Eva Stehle, Lisa Unger, Alison Weir (Shared favorites)

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LocationWashington, DC

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Member sinceJul 5, 2008

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