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I've thoroughly enjoyed reading issues 131 & 132 The sneak peak allowed into the correspondence between Dorothy and her American editor Harvey Ginsberg is just fascinating. Also, Carole Richardson's "A Dunnett Lexicon" is a joy to read and as a word lover I will be opening each successive issue of Whispering Gallery to her contribution.
WG 131 has arrived just in time for the weekend!
I discovered Dorothy Dunnett's House of Niccolo series quite by accident about 15 years ago. I proceeded to buy all of them in paperback, and even bought a 2nd when one one didn't get returned that I had loaned out.
Last year I discovered that our local library offered the Lymond Chronicles as e-Books and I'm hooked all over again. These series are so timeless,they should be on everyone's 'must read' list .
I'm glad to discover there is an entire society devoted to her body of work.
I just joined the society and am looking forward to interacting with other devoted Dunnett fans. I first met Lymond back in the mid-1970s and raved to everyone I knew about it, but few around here (I'm in New England) had heard of him. I've re-read Lymond Chronicles at least once every decade and they hold up over the years, indeed. Just found Nicolo a few years ago, but prefer Lymond.
WG 130 arrived yesterday, just in time for Easter!