Lionel Shriver

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Novelist Lionel Shriver lives part of the year in Brooklyn and hates her LED streetlights.

"Ghoulish" LED Lights

Novelist Lionel Shriver lives part of the year in Brooklyn and hates her LED streetlights.

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