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From: Deborah Zaragoza <>
Subject: Re: [BKLYN] "New York" by Edward Rutherfurd
Date: Sat, 14 May 2011 08:47:34 -0400
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For those of Irish heritage, same author - 1. The Rebels of Ireand, 2 The
Princes of Ireland. Can't wait for his next one!
Deborah

On Fri, May 13, 2011 at 8:24 PM, Mary Canzler <> wrote:

>
> I can back Dee up. I just finished it about a month ago, and it was
> wonderful. I enjoyed it so much I went on to read "Forrest" by the same
> author and it was equally as good, but set in Merry Old England.
> Mary in Binghamton
>
> > Date: Fri, 13 May 2011 16:57:44 -0700
> > From:
> > To: ; ;
> ; ; ;
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> > Subject: [BKLYN] "New York" by Edward Rutherfurd
> >
> > I've just finished Edward Rutherfurd's new book "New York". It's an
> historical fiction of the history of New York from the early settling of the
> Dutch through 2009. Wonderful reading. Made the history come alive as his
> characters interacted with the notables of history.
> > Dee in Phoenix
> >
> > When a person dies, a library closes.
> > Researching:
> > NJ: Snook, Bozarth, Dickerson, Dalton, Hicks, Asay
> > NY: Semlear, Stoothoff, Foster, Murray, Dierks, Cairns
> > PA: Hicks, Shaw, Roberts, Swartz/Black, Penrose
> > Nova Scotia: Arthur, Hutt, Eisenhauer, Conrod, Morris
> >
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