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About meI'm a retired Public Library reader's advisor, so obviously I love to READ! I also love librarything because it forces me to write concisely about the books I've read, and I appreciate suggestions on what to read next!

About my libraryMostly fiction. I prefer comtemporary as opposed to classics, but some non fiction and biographies as well. I also list audio books, which can be very satisfying if the narrator is good.

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Homepagehttp://suejonesjohnson@gmail.com

Real nameSue Jones Johnson

LocationCharleston SC

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Member sinceDec 21, 2005

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