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Tagsfiction (45), American history (15), Civil War (13), history (11), Stephen King (9), Harlequin Historical (9), Georgia (9), romance (9), genealogy (6), true crime (5) — see all tags

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About my libraryScholars to trashy romance, and everything in between. Trying to build up the cemetery reference, American history, and genealogy section.

GroupsBloggers, Christianity, Genealogy@LT, Historical Fiction

Favorite authorsCatherine Crier, Stephen King, Larry McMurtry, Eugenia Price (Shared favorites)


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Real nameStephanie


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Member sinceFeb 2, 2009

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