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About mejust started this library thing and it is most revealing about the kinds of books I have accumulated.

About my libraryI will always read a history or historical novel type of book.


Real namebob devore

Locationwhite lake, mi

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Member sinceDec 9, 2006

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This is Kathi, again, who shouldn't have posted her message till she was really finished. I've perused your catalog, and decided that someone at your house must be a nurse who specializes in oncology. Am I anywhere close to correct? And what did you think of the Peter Gomes book, which we also share? (I loved it.)
Hi, Bob-
Thanks for your note on January 9, 2007. Yes, I am a Wayne State grad. Received a bachelor's in 1967 and a master's in 1970, both in nursing. Bought A Place of Light at the campus bookstore when it was first published. Don't think I've opened it for about 30 years, but I wouldn't dream of giving it up! Paid $6.50, brand new. If you have any titles related to Detroit history to recommend, please pass them along.
Pax, Kathi
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