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Collections2019 (2), 2018 (38), 2017 (21), 2016 (28), 2015 (41), 2014 (32), 2013 (35), Pro reading (96), 2012 (34), 2011 (37), Currently reading (1), All collections (549)


Tags20th century (188), american literature (134), british literature (84), crime (66), mystery (63), crime fiction (51), business (47), 19th century (47), philosophy (45), england (41) — see all tags

MediaBook (549), Paper Book (533), Audiobook (5), Ebook (5)

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Real namePaul Epps

LocationOrange County, CA

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Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceMay 8, 2010

Currently readingBattle Hymn of the Tiger Mother by Amy Chua

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