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CollectionsWishlist (1,268), Currently reading (1), Your library (434), e-book (134), Place Library Hold (12), Public Library (499), Favorites (18), Fishing (267), All collections (2,088)

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Tagsfiction (712), fishing (299), history (263), crime fiction (196), biography (160), music (86), issues & politics (75), POTUS (69), fly tying (66), memoir (44) — see all tags

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About my libraryheavy on the fishing

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Favorite authorsPaul M. Johnson (Shared favorites)

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Favorite bookstoresJohn K. King Used and Rare Books, Powell's City of Books (Portland), Quadrant Book Mart & Coffee House

Favorite librariesMary Meuser Memorial Library

LocationRockville, MD

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Member sinceJan 23, 2006

Currently readingThe Son: A novel by Jo Nesbo

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I see we share many of the same books on Library Thing -- Crais, Child, Shaara, (Killer Angels is the only book I have read 3 times) anything by Michael Connelly, etc. Since we have similar tastes, try my new mystery/ suspense novel, The Undertaker. It's a great beach/ pool read. It's on Kindle, Sony, Nook, and the other e-book sites, and it has a dozen 5-Star reviews now. You can also follow my writing at http://billbrownwritesnovels.wordpress.com/

Enjoy, Bill Brown
Hi - you may not have realized it, but there is a comments and even a private comments field that you can put notes into without having to resort to the review field which is confusing for the rest of us considering what you're using it for. Just thought you'd like to know. I use my comments fields extensively.

cheers!
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