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Tagshistory (15), History (11), American History (7), New York City (6), 17th Century (5), Dutch colonial America (5), biography (5), culture (4), American history (4), humor (4) — see all tags

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About meAuthor of The Fires of Europe, Plowshares in the Palatinate, Destination Tamakwa Territory

About my libraryAn assortment of fiction, historical fiction, non-fiction, classics and modern writing. If it looks interesting, I'll pick it up.



Favorite bookstoresBarnhill's Books Wine Art Gifts

Other favoritesFiction Among Friends


Real namePhyllis Harrison

LocationUpstate NY

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Member sinceJun 16, 2010

Currently readingAsk a Native New Yorker: Hard-Earned Advice on Surviving and Thriving in the Big City by Jake Dobkin
Kat Mandu's Costa Rican Caper: A not-quite-murder mystery set in the coolest country on Earth by Kat Fitzpatrick

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