Leigha's Little Library

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This is a dry, academic biography of a fascinating, little-known but impressive civil rights activist. Born in 1910, Pauli Mu...
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Orange and Blue, The Library at Ardilea (c. 1911) by Patrick William Adam [x]
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This is an absolutely fantastic book: an engaging, readable, at times even exciting primer on the history of the Muslim world...
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This book is celebrated for being the first novel from Madagascar translated into English (though it was written in French or...
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This is an interesting, though uneven, collection of stories about three generations of Hispanic women (and some of their fri...
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"Homycide", "manslaughte" and "murdre." I'm surprised at how old the former two terms are. Also, "accursed Jews." Disappoin...
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Arguments about race: some people can't let go of the idea that white Europeans must be intrinsically superior...
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A ghost story.
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Hoping by the end of the week I can pop back in. Been busy with work travel and meetings. Up to Philly for a quick meeting an...
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finally, reading one of the earliest books featuring Lt. Frank Hastings, solving crimes in San Francisco. a few years back, I...
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I have to say that this novel had the most unique characters I have read about in a long time. Their actions and just their n...
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No review for this one, but I did want to say, the scene where Roarke meets with Eve's former foster mother--the one who was ...
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My newest painting. I got some new paints and they are Kisshou Gansai Japanese watercolor paints, which are a little different from other country versions. Interesting article...
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What was that?!? This story was crazy good! This novel had some weird twists to it that I wasn’t expecting. Although, I reall...
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The book I just finished (Memory in Death) fit the space's requirements, so I rolled two dice: That puts me on space 79 ...