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CollectionsYour library (545), Currently reading (1), To read (179), All collections (545)

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TagsTBR (165), tbr (13), crime fiction (12), crime (7), True crime (3), library book (3), Crime (3), Australia (3), True Crime (2), Crime fiction (2) — see all tags

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About meI'm a woman of a certain age, addicted to crime fiction. It all began when I was in my early teens and I discovered a couple of Agatha Christies on my grandmothers bookshelf. The advent of the internet and crime fiction reading groups made things even worse.

About my libraryI now do book reviews so my library has outgrown the shelf space. I've found the kitchen table makes an excellent bookshelf. Amazing how many you can fit on a kitchen table.

GroupsAustralian LibraryThingers, British & Irish Crime Fiction


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Real nameSunnie will do.

LocationLaunceston, Tasmania.

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Member sinceJun 17, 2007

Currently readingThe Dying Breed (Ed Loy Mystery 3) by Declan Hughes

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No, I didn't really enjoy Shatter. I gave it a 2./5 stars. I didn't like the ending involving the protagonists family with the antagonists. It didn't seem realistic know what they knew. I thought you had participated in several of the same 4MA discussions that I did, so I thought we might share more books. Borderlands and Shatter are the only two we both share. I have to say that Old City Hall was definitely a good read. And, I have the upcoming discussion on The Mistress of the Art of Death by Ariana Franklin.
PS I just love the picture you have posted of your two reading buddies.
Hello Sunnie! I see our libraries only share 12 books. I find that interesting because I know you have participated in some of the same discussions as I have on 4MA. But, then, my LT library consists of every book I've ever read, not what I own. I just moved all my books off my kitchen table onto the new book shelves I received for Christmas. See you on 4MA
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Hi Sunnie,
Just writing to let you know that Ellison Hawker Bookshop now has a page at LibraryThing. There's some exciting new features to come very soon! If you're ever looking for hard-to-find new crime fiction, give us a go. We can mail to you from Hobart.
Hello Sunnie
I've just finished reading UNDERTOW by Sydney Bauer. Very good
G'day, Sunnie! Good to see you here. Now that you're back from MWF you'll have lots to put into your library.
I live in Tasmania and discovered crime fiction in my early teens when I began to read my grandmothers collection of Agatha Christie novels.

I've moved on and expanded my reading since then. I've also developed a taste for Australian true crime - particularly the Underbelly series by John Silvester and Andrew Rule.

Favourite authors - Reginald Hill, Christopher Brookmyre, Ian Rankin, Val McDermid, Shane Maloney, Peter Temple - the list goes on. and on. and on...
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