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Member: eireannach

CollectionsBlue Room (1,337), Red Room (587), Kitchen (64), Office (77), Your library (3), Currently reading (4), Read but unowned (8), All collections (2,075)

Reviews13 reviews

TagsIrish (464), History (320), Fiction (256), Finance (221), Folio (154), Western (153), Poetry (105), Biography (76), Literature (75), Cookery (63) — see all tags

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About meI'm from Ireland, have lived in the US since 1994.

About my libraryI have too many books !I am thinking of setting up an organization called Book Buyers Anonymous... At least LibraryThing will let me keep track of what I own, and help prevent me from buying multiple copies of the same book - which I have done on several occasions.

Groups75 Books Challenge for 2012, Name that Book, Tattered but still lovely

Membership LibraryThing Early Reviewers/Member Giveaway

LocationStaatsburg, New York

Favorite authorsNot set

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceNov 15, 2011

Currently readingThe Seventy Great Journeys in History by Robin Hanbury-Tenison
The Raid: The Son Tay Prison Rescue Mission by Benjamin F. Schemmer
No Easy Day by
Honorable Lies by Robert N Macomber

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Yes, "The Talented Mr. Ripley" is a favorite. I hadn't heard of Oppenheim. But his spy novels look great. I just went spying in World War I with John Buchan in "Greenmantle".
I think library thing probably is Bookbuyers anonymous.
I just bumped the Name that Tune thread to the top of the queue.
It's your turn to post some lyrics there.

I have my wife's granddaughter (now 4) address me as seannathair.

My aunt has been to Ireland, but I've had to content myself with reading about it.

Merry Christmas to you and to your family, too!
How do you pronounce your name? It looks lovely. Thanks.
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