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About me50 years old, Welsh, widowed.

About my libraryThere was a time I kept my library trimmed to a relatively portable 150 books or so, but this later gave way to an inexorable bloating. I have catalogued most volumes except for cook-books.

GroupsInvisible Library, Metafilter, The Chapel of the Abyss

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Real nameStuart Heath

LocationCaldicot, Monmouthshire, UK

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Member sinceSep 7, 2005

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