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CollectionsYour library (2,402)

Reviews408 reviews

TagsChick lit (356), Crime (191), Good read (187), 2010 (116), 2013 (96), 2012 (75), Classic (73), 2009 (64), 2014 (55), 2011 (48) — see all tags

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Real nameSharon Rosenfield

Location1052 S Easy Street, Tucson, AZ, 85719

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Member sinceDec 15, 2008

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Wilbur Smith was born in S Africa in 1933, and now lives in London and is still writing. His latest I believe is In Times of Peril, which I haven't read yet, but hopefully will soon.
I hope you don't mind that I added you to my interesting libraries. I noticed you read Wilbur Smith, one of my favorites as well as quite a few more we have in common.
Lots of books in common for us.

Stopping by to say hello and to look around and to tell you about two giveaways on my blog.

I have two separate giveaways going on…one is for NIGHT TRAIN and one is my Blog Hop giveaway of HOW TO READ THE AIR.


You have over 2,000 books in your library? I have a feeling I might be here for a while. We only share 109.
Yes It really makes you think. On Tuesday I decided to try add all the Agatha Christie books (I think) I have read. I know I read about 10 or so when I was in my teens but for the life of me all the titles seem familiar. Then again I have seen some in films (Murder on the Orient Express). Have I read the book also? Who knows. Also I don't think I intend adding all the books I read as a child. I was a prolific reader of Enid Blyton but won't be adding any.
So you need to change to shazla? lol. We up to 140 now. How do you remember what you read? I see you posted a Sidney Sheldon recently. I have read tons of authors of his ilk and can never remember what the books were about or even if I read them. I do know that post 1980 I stopped reading most.
127 not too bad. Are you in Joburg?
We share 58 books. Very interesting Library. You may be interested in posting in my thread and sharing yor books with us
Hi there,

I was looking at some of your past reviews and books on your shelf and I thought you would be interested to know that there’s a new book by Vikas Swarup the author of Slumdog Millionaire called Six Suspects out today. In fact Minotaur Books is giving away free signed copies!

They even have a Q&A with Vikas Swarup---
and you can meet the “suspects” in the story. It has gotten great reviews and promises to be a thrilling summer read.

I enjoyed looking at your "Good reads" and have added several to my list of books to read.
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