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About meI'm just another widely-but-not-well-read reader and book lover.

About my libraryI joined LibraryThing and started cataloging thinking it would be a way to thin out my holdings, add a little more shelf space. So far I've been able to let go of 25 books. And so it goes.

Looking for good data - please contact me if you identify errors or omissions in my catalogue, and also if I have achieved infernal idiocy status - please please tell me so I can mend my ways.

GroupsCombiners!, Reading Globally

Favorite authorsRick Bass, John Callahan, Lee Child, Dinah Dean, Jared Diamond, Ivan Doig, Dick Francis, Roberta Gellis, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Laurell K. Hamilton, Georgette Heyer, Wendy Hornsby, Linda Howard, Perri Klass, John D. MacDonald, Alistair MacLean, Anne McCaffrey, John McPhee, Frances Murray, Patrick O'Brian, Cole Porter, Kathleen Gilles Seidel, Nancy E. Shaw, Dana Stabenow, Ross Thomas, Barbara W. Tuchman, Rebecca West (Shared favorites)


Favorite bookstoresBarnes & Noble Booksellers - Eastside, Bookmans - Speedway, Clues Unlimited

Favorite librariesPima County Public Library - Murphy-Wilmot

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Hi - sure, go ahead and use the Twilight "review". Sorry I didn't see your note until now. Been away for a while. Thanks!
Hi Moe

My copy really is just Flight From the Eagle, so I guess they did reuse the ISBN. I believe that did happen quite a lot in the UK back then, because they were expensive.

I don't know why you are envious of _my_ collection -- its the other way about! If you ever get hold of a copy of The Green Gallant, I will swim across and steal it from you ;)

Its so nice to meet like-minded readers here, though I think my favourite Heyer is The Great Ajax, or possibly The Quiet Gentleman, or maybe its --- well, you get the picture. But I haven't read Talisman for some years; its in my mother's collection (which I will get catalogued some day), so I must borrow it.
Hi Moe,

I interviewed Dorothy Uhnak about a year before she died. It's posted on the website. I like her smaller books more than her "blockbuster" ones where she kind goes off on tangents. But her noirs and P.I. books are first-rate almost without fail. I had to get rid of a bunch of books before a move to a smaller place. Thanks for your interest.

Wow - I didn't know there were any people in the world besides me who like Patrick O'Brian, Lee Child AND Georgette Heyer!! I'm adding you to my Interesting Libraries :)
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