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Hi ninefivepeak,

I enjoyed looking through your catalog. We have several classics in common, though I have only started on my catalog. I loved I, Claudius and Claudius, the God. The cataloged book we have in common is Historic Charleston, which I use as a reference for the novels I write set in that region. What drew you to the book?

Nice to make your acquaintance :)

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