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Member: mtnmdjd

CollectionsYour library (3,957), non-collectible (8), All collections (3,961)

Reviews41 reviews

Tagsscifi (196), mystery (151), amerind (147), government (141), americana (129), exploration (106), art (103), polynesia (102), arizona (100), bab (83) — see all tags

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About meI am a temporary custodian of history. I feel a duty to preserve books for future generations. I am especially interested in rare and unusual books on all topics.

About my libraryI like to think the titles speak for themselves.

GroupsAntiquarian Books

Favorite authorsJoe Abercrombie, John Burdett, Charles Darwin, Arthur Conan Doyle, Richard P. Feynman, Cormac McCarthy, H. G. Wells (Shared favorites)

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceSep 21, 2008

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The Steel Remains by Richard K. Morgan would be my recommendation.
I've never been able to figure that out. Typically with small press stuff, I just assume it's not going to show up on a search and manually enter everything. I assume that at some point the the book will show up on Amazon and all the data will sort itself out.
Hi Mark,

First I apologize for the slovenly lateness of my response to your question. While I can speculate on whether H. B. Skinner is Henry Burchstead Skinner, I have not looked into that at all, so I have no definitive answer for you.

I DID start looking at your holdings and find we seem to have some interests in common. Also, like you, I see myself as a book (and ephemera) rescuer. Too many people have told me that they threw out their mother's and grandmother's collections. I also am irked when people advise others not to buy items that are not in wonderful condition. Sure, it it is a common title, but you can't just throw things out without known what it is and whether it is rare or unique.

Looking some more... Oh, wow! You have great books on Amer-Indians (as my Cherokee friend would say).

Mainly the books we have in common which are a strange assortment. Also, I like your artwork.
Unfortunately I had to add them all in manually -- perhaps someone else knows how to do it -- once I entered in the title and artist the pictures of the albums became available -- good luck! fyi -- I have several thousand more albums to enter -- it will take a while as I also have thousands of entries to my dvd collection and various book collections listed on librarything -- it is a good thing I am retired as I spend most of my time fooling around with librarything
No nothing specific I just think you have a interesting library!!! I love to read and look for new books to read!

Stopped by because you were 1 of 4 people who shared a book with me (the other 2 were private users) and I wanted to see what else we shared. I'd like to add you to my "interesting libraries" because you seem to have a very wide range of reading interests and many of the books we share are favorites of mine. I enjoyed my visit.
Your "Bounty" tag has introduced me to a motherlode of sea-faring resources. Fascinating. So what should we think of Bligh now?
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