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About meAlso check out my site that lets you find & explore books on an interactive Google map: CodexMap

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Favorite authorsBernard Cornwell, William Gibson, Ian McDonald, Richard K. Morgan, Kem Nunn, Patrick O'Brian, Arturo PĂ©rez-Reverte, Tim Powers, Steven Pressfield, Martin Cruz Smith, Paul Theroux (Shared favorites)


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I hope you're not under the impression that Timeline is something of my making. Oh no. conceptDawg put that together in his spare time.
I love CodexMap.

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