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Re: Guest Blog by NANCY ATHERTON


eadieburke wrote:

Welcome Nancy:

 

I read my first Aunt Dimity book last week called Aunt Dimity: Detective. I really liked it a lot. Now, I will have to catch up and read the rest! I like to read a series in order, so I will have to start with first, Aunt Dimity's Death. I love the fact that Lori Shepherd confers with Aunt Dimity through the blank journal and Aunt Dimity writes out her message. What a clever idea! Love the rabbit too! Your books are so fun to read and are just the right thing to read after a heavy thriller.

 

Hope you enjoy your visit with us and keep on writing!

 

 


Yay - a new fan! I'm so glad you enjoyed your first Aunt Dimity book!