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CollectionsKindle (538), Permanent Library (1,435), Favorites (191), Owned but Unread (2,331), Currently reading (3), Audio Books (13), Read but unowned (518), Wishlist (1), Borrowed (1), All collections (4,379)

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TagsMystery (661), Medieval History (554), Kindle (314), History (273), Fantasy (268), Science Fiction (182), Fiction (168), Folktales (140), Regency (136), Romance (134) — see all tags

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About meCo-mingled library from California, Colorado, Conakry-Guinea, Virgina, Frankfurt-Germany, Maryland, Pristina-Kosovo. I read mysteries (more cozy than hardcore) SciFi (hardcore) Fantasy, and my guilty pleasure is Regencies. I'm really interested in All kinds of Non-fiction on lots of different subjects, but I read them more slowly. Medieval History falls under the husbands vices.

About my library2012 March Update - Last box of books opened and only a handful of older material to enter left. I probably have a little of everything. I only have 3100 books on the shelves now...

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Member sinceJan 24, 2010

Currently readingHow To Read and Why by Harold Bloom
Cod: A Biography of the Fish that Changed the World by Mark Kurlansky
The True Chronicles of Jean le Bel 1290 - 1360 by Jean Le Bel

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I am hugely impressed and actually tickled to death that you also have a copy of Froissart's Chronicles. One of my absolute favorites! And it sounds like your husband is a force to be reckoned with also with his enjoyment of medieval history. Both the Regencies and medieval history are part of my passions. Fun to see the books we have in common. Just thought I would say "hi"
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