Guestbook

The Dorothy Dunnett Society helps Dunnett readers around the world make contact and keep in touch with each other.  Whether or not you’re a member of the Society, please feel free to sign our guest book and we hope to welcome you back again soon.

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63 entries.
Avril Labuschagne from South Africa wrote on 15 May 2013 at 11.49 am:
Have loved her books since I was a teenager (now 56!) and keep reading the few I own and still discover new bits a have missed before!
Robin Morris from USA wrote on 15 April 2013 at 4.38 am:
I still remember the surprise and heartache I felt when I discovered that she had passed away. I cherish her novels and keep them close at hand (and close at heart). Please keep me informed on any gatherings in her honor. I live in NYC and would be happy to attend any gatherings near (or far).

[Robin, the closest gathering to you last year was in Boston. We'll pass your details on.]
Deborah Mills from United States wrote on 09 April 2013 at 4.18 pm:
I imagine that nearly every single person that writes anything about Dorothy Dunnett feels as I do ... her writing is superlative, her history second to none and her characters are walking around still. Thank you for the gift that you've given me.
Kristin H D'Arcy-Wilson from Lancashire, England. wrote on 06 April 2013 at 4.11 pm:
My reading life changed completely when I came across Dorothy Dunnett's books on Amazon. They bring out feelings of wonder and awe when reading them and they seem to remain inside my heart and head all the time.
Anything more would be superfluous.
Liz Eames from Canada wrote on 29 March 2013 at 9.43 pm:
I read Queen's Play in 196something, I have reread all of both series over and over and will continue to do so despite the fact that my copies are falling apart, and never have I found anyone who writes like Dorothy Dunnett. And never have I convinced anyone to read the books: a fact that I find very strange. I find new insights into behaviour and character that I did not see when I was seventeen. That fact fascinates me as well.