(Cross-posted from Poe's Deadly Daughters)
I can’t get the girl out of my mind. I worry about her. I want to know what happened to her after the book ended.
Throughout most of Elizabeth George’s Missing Joseph
, I found the 13-year-old character Maggie Spence exasperating in the way a lot of teens are. Lying to her mother, sneaking out to rendezvous with a boy she was forbidden to see, engaging in sex long before she was capable of dealing with it emotionally. I… Continue
Posted on November 13, 2009 at 7:55am
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I see your posts on Dorothy L, and it's good to put a face with your name now.
Thanks for all the work you do with Sisters in Crime.
Thanks for adding me to your friends list. Your books look very interesting. It's always a pleasure to be in touch with another mystery author. I loved the pics of your cats on your website. I'm more a doggy man myself as youcan see from my photos, but I'm an animal lover in general, and your two frineds look quite delightful. I'm glad they allow you to take care of them, as do my dogs, who were all abused before coming to live with us.
Hope to hear more from you.
Interesting you have listed To Kill a Mockingbird among your favourites. I am reminded now, that I first read this book while at school and can recall the profound effect it had on me - thanks for triggering that memory.
I'm glad I found you on CrimeSpace! I'm rather new and feeling my way around.
Thanks for the invite.
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