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CollectionsRead but unowned (68), Wishlist (64), Your library (14), All collections (183)

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TagsJane Whitefield novel (6), QuailRidge Books (6), Quail Mail (5), mystery (3), English mystery (2), Quail Ridge (2), fiction (2), navigation (1), expatriates (1), wayfinding (1) — see all tags

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About meRecently retired Clinical Statistician; interests include reading, walking, knitting/crochet, travel and trying new-to-me recipes. Favorite book genres include Mystery, Biography and other non-fiction.

GroupsBooks that made me think, Crime, Thriller & Mystery, Humor, Knitters Inc.

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Real nameLynn Dix

LocationRaleigh NC

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Member sinceSep 14, 2009

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Hi Lynn, I came across your review of "Pure" when I was checked whether I had ever posted my review (I post my reviews in the Club Read group and often forget to post them on the book's page). Anyway, I enjoyed your review and just wanted to tell you that Julianna Baggott is indeed an accomplished writer, as you note. The only reason I picked up "Pure" was because she had written it. Her daughter is older now, so it doesn't surprise me that she has taken to YA. (Oh, you remind me that I haven't been over to the Crime, Mystery group in quite a while. I used to post on there all the time during the first few years I was on LT. I seem to have less time these days...) Happy Reading! - Lois (avaland)
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