Oh yes, yes, yes!  Forgot all about it, but had a reread just a couple of
months ago and it just gets worse with each reread!  DD is top of my reading
list in every possible way and I just wish more people read her.  Luckily
I've a friend nearby who's also a fan so we can chat.
Cape Town

Sue wrote:
I agree totally about Incredible Journey, Masha,  Railway Children, Rilla,
etc: but the one which did for me to such an extent  that I can't bear to
re-read it is Dorothy Dunnett's 'Pawn in Frankincense' -  for those of you
who know
it, I only need to say 'Chess game'.

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