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Plymouth Library (22), memoir (21), historical fiction (20), nonfiction (14), mystery (12), coming of age (10), Three Pines Mystery (10), cozy mystery (9), British mystery (8), England (7), literary fiction (7), feminism (6), WWII (6), family dysfunction (6), Minnesota (5), family (5), suspense (5), historically informed fiction (4), Irish literary fiction (4), Memoir (4), domestic violence (4), Nils Shapiro series (4), Canton Library (4), Book Group (4), Grief (4), Historical fiction (4), New England (3), cd book (3), Geezer lit (3), WWI (3), parenting (3), police procedural (3), WWII women (3), Pennsylvania (3), British Mystery (3), Police procedural (3), food (3), Appalachian (3), English detective (3), pilgrimage (3), Early Reviewers Selection (3), mystery suspense (3), fiction (3), Philadelphia (3), magical realism (3), murder mystery (3), grief (3), Ireland (3), mental illness (2), Swedish (2), Twins (2), weaving (2), contemporary gothic (2), Post WWII (2), female friendships (2), romance (2), Minneapolis (2), Three Pines (2), dementia (2), Maine (2), Epistolary novel (2), Native Americans (2), Alcoholism (2), DC Smith series (2), Iceland (2), true crime (2), Michigan (2), family history (2), Canada (2), Scotland (2), essays (2), Sarajevo (2), cell biology (2), India (2), Galway (2), systemic racism (2), speculative fiction (2), ghosts (2), King's Lake mystery (2), own (2), Native American (2), natural history (2), Willows & Lane (2), foster children (2), eugenics movement (2), Canadian literary fiction (2), cooking (2), fantasy (2), family secrets (2), Norway (2), memory (2), sheep (2), Carville (1), Mystery (1), fundamentalist religion (1), the power of art (1), MI-5 (1), Anishinaabe (1), Hansen's disease (1), Sisters (1), opioid addiction (1), Nazis (1), Art Critics (1), home & family (1), Italy (1), opiod addiction (1), Nature (1), the Hague (1), Dystopia (1), Upper midwest (1), Irish literary creative nonfiction (1), Chinese medicine. women's medicine (1), British women in French Resistance (1), King's Lake series (1), northern Michingan (1), theater (1), survivor issue (1), crime fiction (1), Ireland crime fiction (1), YA (1), Nonfiction memoir mass casualties (1), Magdalin laundries (1), lexicographers (1), Ana Montes (1), food & beverage (1), George Floyd (1), Lake Superior (1), Odyssey (1), Neurodivergence (1), Africa (1), Neuro-atypical (1), North Bath Series (1), DACA (1), animal perceptions (1), Inspector Gamache (1), WWi (1), 19th Century explorers (1), Crime drama (1), structural racism (1), Pandemic (1), rural England (1), revenge killings (1), hotel maids (1), war time England (1), History of medicine (1), women in the tech industry (1), post WW II (1), uxoricide (1), Maine coast (1), Jury Duty (1), baking (1), obstetric fistula (1), 16th century Italy (1), nordic noir (1), Richard Burton (1), Turkish invasion (1), Antebellum horse racing (1), DC Smith (1), drug raid (1), Time travel (1), German literature (1), Harlod Fry 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Cuba (1), Cornwall (1), lighthouse (1), mid twentieth century (1), pandemic (1), small town life (1), domestic life (1), Henry David Thoreau (1), weapons of mass destruction (1), Baltimore (1), Catholic schools (1), Malaysia (1), Florence Italy (1), British murder mystery (1), Somerset Maugham (1), Sephardim (1), Ethiopia (1), Books about books (1), tracking (1), foreign adoption (1), California coast (1), wool (1), Bosnia (1), North Sea (1), slavery in the US (1)
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Nøgleordssky, Forfattersky, Nøgleordsspejl
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Dec 31, 2006
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My goal is to use Library Thing to keep track of what I've been reading rather than to catalogue acquisitions or possessions. I support my public library and get very good use from it.
Om mig
For me reading is escapism as well as information gathering. I'm somewhat a book snob, not caring much what's on the best seller list. Instead I look for fiction writers who are wordsmiths, stories that envelope the reader, and nonfiction that informs, presents new ideas and stimulates thought.
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