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Member: pilgrimheart

CollectionsYour library (716)

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Tagsmilitary history (132), british fiction (124), history (124), european history (122), british history (82), ww2 (54), american history (54), women authors (53), ww1 (47), trollope (42) — see all tags

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About meI grew up in a house full of books, then worked at a used bookstore during college, which got me hooked on used books forevermore. I love used bookstores, library book sales (my biggest problem), and thrift stores.

Still have lots of books to add!

About my libraryFiction favorites: Trollope and Thirkell, lots of PG Wodehouse, and lots of "classic" literature.

Nonfiction interests: History (World War I; general military history; WW2; France, Russia, Britain, United States, world); health care policy and history of medicine; language and literacy.

Groups18th-19th Century Britain, Anglophiles, E. F. Benson, Lesbian Bookworms, Librarians who LibraryThing, Loitering with Intent, Military History, Trollope lovers unite or fight

Favorite authorsE. F. Benson, Wilkie Collins, Charles Dickens, Antonia Fraser, Christopher Hibbert, Alistair Horne, John Keegan, Martin Middlebrook, Angela Thirkell, Anthony Trollope, C. V. Wedgwood, P. G. Wodehouse (Shared favorites)

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceJan 25, 2008

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It is intriguing how close your library mirrors my own. It occured to me that you would enjoy David Halberstams last book (he died in a car wreck jast as it was published), 'The Coldest Winter'. It covers the Korean War in great detail and is particularly interesting if read before or after Max hastings, 'The Korean War'. If you like a book that includes detailed biographies of the main participants, then you will enjoy this.
Excuse this intrusion, but I thought you might like to be made aware of the new E.F.Benson group. Please join - the more the merrier!
Thanks for adding me to your interesting libraries. I used to have alot of Angela Thirkell but my neice read one, and I had to give her all that I had. So somewhere in Ohio State University, maybe Angela being passed around.Well have fun inputing your books and will be stopping every so often.
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