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Rosina Lippi

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The Endless Forest is the last book in the series. But there's a new series that picks up a generation down the line, set in Manhattan in 1883. The Gilded Hour. (less)
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Your letters, (and sometimes) my answers

Conan Doyle ms. Sherlock Holmes Conan Doyle ms. Sherlock Holmes: Is this not fun?

I thought I had lost these copies of letters and emails from readers, but stumbled across the file today.  This isn’t all the correspondence, but a selection of notes that made me think or laugh or reminded me why I write.  Some of them go back twenty years, and I haven’t kept up this file (because I couldn’t find it) for ten years or so.


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