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Ryan_G
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Re: Please Welcome Featured Author PETER LOVESEY

that does make me feel better :-)


dulcinea3 wrote:

Welcome, Peter!  I just read The Tooth Tattoo last week, the first of your books I have read.  I enjoyed it!  To put Ryan's mind and teeth at ease, from what I gather, it isn't really a tattoo but an applique of some sort.


 

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Re: Please Welcome Featured Author PETER LOVESEY

Maybe now I can look at the book and not cringe in pain.  I will have to check it out, especially since Dulci liked it.


becke_davis wrote:

Ryan_G wrote:

Welcome and I must stay that the title of Tooth Tattoo makes my entire mouth ache.


Ryan - I'm posting this on Peter's behalf:

 

RYAN-G: Sorry I caused you pain just thinking about THE TOOTH TATTOO, Ryan. Dulcinea (see below) is quite right. Tooth tattoos are little emblems that are stuck to the teeth. There’s no needle involved! They are more popular in Japan, I believe, than anywhere else. The tooth tattoo in my novel helps to solve the mystery, so I thought it would make a great title. It’s only just been published, so we’ll see.

 


 

"I am half sick of shadows" The Lady of Shalott

http://wordsmithonia.blogspot.com