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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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Kris Holtan from USA wrote on 16 October 2012 at 12.50 pm
King Hereafter was my first introduction to Dorothy Dunnett. I absolutely loved Thorfinn (maybe I felt an affinity because I am Norwegian by birth). I think DD humanized Macbeth and repaired some of the damage Shakespeare did to his reputation. I have since read, re-read and re-read the Niccolo Series, and at long last, the Lymond Chronicles. Francis Lymond totally captured my heart, as did Philippa.
Carol Atkinson from USA wrote on 15 October 2012 at 7.18 pm
The 3 most exciting words in literature? "Lymond is back!" I first read "Game of Kings" in 1974 - I don't remember at what point I was "hooked", but it didn't take long. I was lucky enough to attend a book signing in New York City - where she read us the "L" lines; then again in 2000 in Philadelphia where she signed my remaining unsigned books. I am a "read-a-holic" and have loved and owned books all my life - but none are as precious to me as these 14 books.
Karen A. Nuckolls from USA wrote on 12 October 2012 at 1.25 pm
Wow! I had no idea that this existed until it showed up on Facebook page. My friend & I actually met Dorothy and had tea with her way back when. I also have a Lymond coat of arms that she sent to me. Both of us were penpals with her while we read and discussed the Lymond Chronicles. I will join after payday! So glad I found you, and wish Lexington, KY had a branch.

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Ellen H. from USA wrote on 05 October 2012 at 6.24 pm
I have read and re-read the Lymond Chronicles, as well as the Niccolo series AND the Johnson Johnson novels many times and they NEVER disappoint. As I change, so do they with each reading. I have never read anything better and likely never will.
Tim Cahoon from United States wrote on 04 October 2012 at 8.52 pm
I love the Francis Crawford of Lymond Chronicles. I'm on my 7th time reading them in 5 years. I have yet to find an author as good and as challenging to read. I need to buy a new set as the first one is falling apart. I wish I could get them in hardcover.