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M Is for Malice
How to Develop Self-Confidence And Influence People By Public Speaking
Portrait of Westminster
M Is for Malice
The Top 100 of Everything 1998
Imagine John lennon
Managing your finances
The Ultimate Spy Book
The look of the century
How to motivate manage and market yourself
The Quick and Easy Way to Effective Speaking
Land of the Living
Mary Higgins Clark
Soft Money (Filomena Buscarsela Mysteries (Paperback))
Six-Pound Walleye (Jake Hines Mysteries)
Died In The Wool (A Knitting Mystery)
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Welcome to BookCrossing if you've found your way here after seeing the link in my email signature or finding one of my registered books. I enjoy seeing books get off shelves and into the hands of someone who'd enjoy them. Bookcrossing means books don't gather dust and also free up space in my home, which can't be bad.
BookCrossers are a very friendly group, and you can remain anonymous if you wish. If there's anything you wish to know send me a Private Message by clicking a link under my details above.
And for those of my fellow bookcrossers interested in such things here is my (currently very sparse) Wish List. I hope to get it sorted some day but I read almost anything!
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I'm particularly interested in audiobooks at present as I listen to them while I'm walking.
Please note that books registered as Permanent Collection (PC) are just that and I'm very unlikely to loan them out at all. I've registered them for two reasons; so that I can keep track of the many books I've got, and also, so that I can discuss them with others who share the same interests.