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dulcinea3
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Re: Double Feature! Please Welcome Author NICOLA UPSON!

You can't go wrong with Ngaio Marsh - another of my favorites!  I hope you enjoy The Seven Dials Mystery when you get to it!

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Re: Double Feature! Please Welcome Author NICOLA UPSON!

So far I've only read Two For Sorrow when it first came out for a blog tour, and I loved it.  It made me want to read the rest in the series and Josephine Tey herself.

 

So far, all I've gotten to since then was The Franchise Affair and Brat Farrar.

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Re: Double Feature! Please Welcome Author NICOLA UPSON!

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Ryan_G wrote:

So far I've only read Two For Sorrow when it first came out for a blog tour, and I loved it.  It made me want to read the rest in the series and Josephine Tey herself.

 

So far, all I've gotten to since then was The Franchise Affair and Brat Farrar.


Oh, what fun to discover Josephine Tey's books AND Nicola's books!