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 Post subject: Re: The Art of Murder
PostPosted: 21 Sep 2016, 12:34 
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That's lovely, Gil, thanks. I didn't want a romantic relationship, I know nothing of brothers, so I opted for a cousin as being a close relationship. Weirdly, I've had people ask if they're going to get together! Nooooooooo :shock:

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 Post subject: Re: The Art of Murder
PostPosted: 21 Sep 2016, 13:20 
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Have just ordered it - and very amused to see the 'recommended for you based on purchase' includes the Jodi Taylor St Mary's books (sorry but I'm not a big fan); a couple of Dorothea Moores - and our very own Victoria Prescott!

I too am looking forward to seeing Harriet and Sam again.


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 Post subject: Re: The Art of Murder
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Thanks, Jen. How nice to be recommended alongside Victoria Prescott - Chalet Girls get everywhere!

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 Post subject: Re: The Art of Murder
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Downloaded it the other day, but as my kindle is organised by author I then had to store it under the right author. When I came to start reading it, I realised that I had started the wrong book - so I am quite happily re-reading the one about the Gang planning a holiday. I should maybe save the new one for my holiday.


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 Post subject: Re: The Art of Murder
PostPosted: 21 Sep 2016, 15:03 
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How funny, but thank you anyway! I warn you that's my only (slightly) rude book!

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 Post subject: Re: The Art of Murder
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That's lovely, Gil, thanks. I didn't want a romantic relationship, I know nothing of brothers, so I opted for a cousin as being a close relationship. Weirdly, I've had people ask if they're going to get together! Nooooooooo :shock:

Definitely not!!! I love them just as they are, and I'm afraid I prefer these two out of all your characters, sealpuppy. :roll: Please don't shoot me! I haven't as yet downloaded/bought it, but will get there.

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 Post subject: Re: The Art of Murder
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I'm very fond of them too, Mary - thanks! And you don't have to buy it, you know! But I'm extremely grateful when people do. :D

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 Post subject: Re: The Art of Murder
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Have just downloaded it. Saving it to read on the long road trip to our holiday in Hungary and the Czech Republic.


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 Post subject: Re: The Art of Murder
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Just finished it. Really enjoyed it. Thank you Nicky.
I'm another who prefers to read from the beginning to the end.


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 Post subject: Re: The Art of Murder
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Ahhh - you know, back when dinosaurs roamed the earth and I joined the CBB it never in a million years occurred to me that any of you would read my books. I'm so grateful to you all.

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 Post subject: Re: The Art of Murder
PostPosted: 21 Sep 2016, 19:02 
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I really enjoy them! :)


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 Post subject: Re: The Art of Murder
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Read, reviewed and recommended to a friend who has texted to say how much she enjoyed it.

I spent most of August with Gil Cunningham - read the new one, then read all the others again.


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 Post subject: Re: The Art of Murder
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Oh God, JB - I nearly cried at your review! Thank you so much. x

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 Post subject: Re: The Art of Murder
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Jools wrote:
Have just downloaded it. Saving it to read on the long road trip to our holiday in Hungary and the Czech Republic.

Goodness Nicky! I bet there aren't many British krimi authors who can boast of two people reading their latest book in the Czech Republic within days of publication :D

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 Post subject: Re: The Art of Murder
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sealpuppy wrote:
Ahhh - you know, back when dinosaurs roamed the earth and I joined the CBB it never in a million years occurred to me that any of you would read my books. I'm so grateful to you all.


And when I joined the CBB I never dreamed I would be in touch with a real live authoress (to use an EBD term).

Have just finished the latest adventure of Harriet and Sam and thoroughly enjoyed it. Love their warm relationship with Avril always in the background - no, no, no, they should/would never "get together".

Love also how Harriet can assume her headmistress persona at will and how realistic Sam is about his clerical status.

Thank you very much.


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 Post subject: Re: The Art of Murder
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Why on earth would Sam and Harriet need a romantic relationship? They couldn't be any closer or more perfect together than they are! And speaking as someone who has a close relationship with several of her cousins, I appreciate seeing that sort of thing depicted.


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 Post subject: Re: The Art of Murder
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Totally agree about Harriet and Sam - their relationship is lovely, and realistic. I really like seeing good friendships between people of different sexes in books; some people seem to think it's an impossibility.

I finished The Art of Murder last night and enjoyed it greatly. How's the next book coming along, Nicky? :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: The Art of Murder
PostPosted: 22 Sep 2016, 09:08 
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I'm revising it savagely, Abi! Something different. I'm not sure about it, though in a way it's back to my writing roots; a contemporary romantic novel with historical interludes, set in the same universe as Scuba Dancing and one of the Scuba characters drops in briefly. Heaven knows when I'll be done as I flit between that and my GO Krimi set in 1918 - 'Something Nasty in the Ha-Ha'.

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 Post subject: Re: The Art of Murder
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I do think of you every time I see a ha-ha at a National Trust property :lol:. There's a good one at Bodnant Garden.

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 Post subject: Re: The Art of Murder
PostPosted: 22 Sep 2016, 10:04 
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There's a very nice ha-ha at Benington Lordship in Herts. In fact the house itself would make a wonderful home for a GO school....it featured in the recent Just William TV series as the home of the Bott family.

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