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Judy Krueger
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Judy has been an avid reader since the age of six. She works part time as a bookseller at her local independent bookstore, participates in five reading groups and is at work on a memoir of her life in reading. You can visit her blog at keepthewisdom.blogspot.com.

Books reviewed by Judy Krueger

Back to Blood (11/14/12)
Last Will (08/08/12)
Gods Without Men (03/07/12)
Luminarium (09/07/11)
Fly Trap (08/04/11)
Say Her Name (05/12/11)
The Illumination (02/03/11)
Room (09/22/10)
Rock Paper Tiger (08/04/10)
Rat (06/09/10)
The Long Song (05/19/10)
The Surrendered (04/21/10)
The Swan Thieves (02/17/10)
Wolf Hall (11/19/09)
The Lacuna (11/05/09)
The Magicians (09/02/09)
In the Kitchen (07/08/09)

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