Thanks, Clayton. I so appreciate you writing about Aimée's investigations. Right now I'm reading
Talk to the Snail, a non mystery by a Brit living in Paris on the do's and don't's of foreign expat living in France...a definite hoot.
Thanks for responding to my blog about Linda Barnes.
I think I'll move the question to the main forum to get some discussion. I don't like being critical of Kellerman, but it is what I believe, and I'd like to get the name Linda Barnes out for general discussion. Best wishes, Jim
ps Sorry about the long email I sent you before. I was up far too late and probably didn't know when to stop.
At 11:56am on September 30, 2007, Cara Black said…
I'd love to get in touch with John Harvey, Delphine
Sorry, I had lost the thread too. You told me you wish you had known Francis Zamponi when you were here. i can get you in touch with him.
+ other writers in France if you want. Why did I mention Edward in here? Dunno.
I am quite thrilled with your response. You might enjoy the literature map I discuss if you haven't seen it (I just found it a few days ago). It maps groups of authors based on how common their readership is. I still can't describe the concept well in words, but the site is obvious when you see it:
it's my other side, Ed...smile. Alexander, the air traffic controller and owner of the bike, suited me up in leathers for a ride to the control tower at Charles de Gaulle airport. I got to go inside, watch them 'land' planes and think about what I'd do if I was a terrorist.
Good to hear from you. I will be in Denver, I've decided. Didn't have much to promote, nor was I flush enough to afford it.
I'll be at LCC next year as well.
You certainly look butch in your photo, not the sweetheart I know.
Thanks, Em. My boy's settled in the dorm with his rice cooker, a sleek little red model. The other boys brought a fridge and microwave, laptops printers etc...a bit jammed and it's bunk bed style...but nice palm trees outside their window