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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.
Eva Irene Carlsen from Norway wrote on 26 September 2012 at 8.36 pm:
Today I received the Unicorn brooch. It is lovely!

[Hi Eva, thanks for letting us know!]