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 Post subject: Re: People who should have their own spin-off books
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I’d like a set of career books following different CS girls - Nancy Chester, Nurse, or Rosamund’s Rose Garden, or Mary-Lou - Archeologist, or Girl Courier....


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I'd like more about some 0f the early mistresses - Con Stewart and Mollie Maynard who just get the odd mention later.

Also more about Jesanne and Monica, they each have their own book pre-Chalet School so we feel we know them quute well, but then not very much else


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 Post subject: Re: People who should have their own spin-off books
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Jem Russell and Margot Venables -- their childhood, the row when Margot runs off with Stephen, the different directions their lives took.

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This is bonkers, but a book where Copper is head girl and there's a new girl in the sixth form who keeps trying to latch onto her, which she finds a bit exasperating. What Copper doesn't realise is there's a new gang out to kidnap her and the new girl is actually an undercover bodyguard. The authorities didn't inform the heads since that didn't go so well last time.

Bonus points if the bodyguard turns out to be a long lost relative to an Old Girl.

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