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Debbi Higginbotham

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CollectionsAll eBooks (2,026), My Library (4,608), Currently reading (11), Debbi's Books (1,016), eBooks (1,455), Crafts&Needlework (510), eCrafts&Needlework (30), Coloring Books (144), eColoring Books (4), Research (345), eResearch (345), Cookbooks (85), eCookbooks (179), Audio (2), Children's Books (25), Comic Books (87), Periodicals (238), eZines (110), Moochable (55), Read but unowned (288), Wishlist (672), All collections (5,624)

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Tagshistorical fiction (768), England (664), 19th century (551), historical romance (377), history (354), fantasy (335), non-fiction (296), Scotland (273), 17th century (235), fiction (229) — see all tags

MediaNot set (38), Book (5,577), Paper Book (3,636), Audiobook (3), Ebook (1,929), Other (8), Calendar (6), Multimedia (1)

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About meI am a retired civil engineer who, for the last 20 years of my career, worked for a software company that created civil engineering software, among others. I have lots of hobbies and interests -- cross stitch, running, genealogy, computers, and reading, of course!

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About my libraryMy favorite is historical fiction, particularly in Scotland, Ireland, Wales or England. I also like epic fantasy and sometimes science fiction. I read lots of non-fiction as well. My library also contains my husband's hunting, fishing and car books and books from when my children were younger.

GroupsAncient History, Anglophiles, Archaeology, Arthurian Legends, BookMooching, Cats, books, life is good., Cemeteries & Gravestones, Elizabethan England, Fairy Tale Readers, Historical Fictionshow all groups

Favorite authorsDorothy Dunnett, Diana Gabaldon, Sharon Kay Penman, Ellis Peters, Anya Seton, J. R. R. Tolkien, Nigel G. Tranter, Sigrid Undset (Shared favorites)

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Real nameDebbi Higginbotham

LocationHuntsville, AL

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceOct 27, 2008

Currently readingThe King James Version of the Bible by
Captain John Smith by Charles Dudley Warner
The Koran (Al-Qu'ran) by Rev. J. M. Rodwell
The Sticklepath Strangler by Michael Jecks
Old Paris: Its Social, Historical, and Literary Associations, Including an Account of the Famous Cabarets, Hôtels, Cafés, Salons, Clubs, Pleasure Gardens, Fairs and Fêtes, and the Theatres of the French Capital in Bygone Times by Henry C. Shelley
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