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  • At 7:34 PM , Blogger val said...

    Yes, the Sandy situation. I've been wondering about the psychological thinking behind it.

    (There is a rather unfortunate word verification...tospotu! I do NOT agree!)

     
  • At 7:44 PM , Blogger Peter James said...

    Tospotu??? Where is that???

     
  • At 7:27 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Are you sure TOSPOTU is not an insult?!! I am back in Brighton (where I was born and bred) as I read your Roy Grace novels, in my new hometown of Leicester.(Where I have lived for the past 19 years). I yearn for the sea, The Palace Pier, the Lanes and so much more, as I am transported 'home' when I take Roy Grace to bed on a regular basis! (NB Was recommended to read your books by an old fat man I met in a steam room!) Such fun! Lolly

     
  • At 7:37 PM , Blogger val said...

    Oh, I really hope no one really read it as I did, as "toss-pot, you"! Or do I mean, I hope you did, and I am not the only foul-minded saddo !

     
  • At 6:39 AM , Blogger Lollypop said...

    Ummmmm could be...... (Just don't want you to feel like a foul-minded saddo!)

     
  • At 6:41 AM , Blogger Lollypop said...

    Hurrah I am no longer anonymous!I have signed in... on...whatever!

     
  • At 11:38 PM , Anonymous debbie said...

    Another born and bred Brightonian here, who moved to Spain at the age of 16, 30 years ago.

    My mum (who still lives in Brighton) sent me a box of books a few month ago, including about 5 of yours. As a fan of non-fiction who doesn't have nearly enough time for book reading as it is, I kind of just put them in a corner to look at later. However, due to a night I just couldn't sleep, I picked "Not Dead Enough" up, thinking it would send me off to dreamland.

    HA...more fool me...I read it in one and a half sittings, and since have done the same with "Faith" and "Denial".

    Thank you so much for re-igniting my love of books that don't necessarily focus on self-help and autobiographies, and for bring memories of my childhood stomping ground so vividly back to life.

    I am looking forward to many more titles and have ordered the ones mum didn't send from Amazon.

     
  • At 10:52 AM , Blogger Peter James said...

    Debbie, to be told I have reignited someone's passion for reading is the nicest possible thing anyone could say. Thank you so much.

     
  • At 9:39 PM , Anonymous Terry said...

    I have lived in OR 23 years, I am Scottish originally. I love reading and accidentlycame across "dead Simple" could not put it down. Now I have read all the Roy Grace series and many others. I was at he book signing in Seaford last week and got my book signed and a photo of Peter taken with me. Peter is a gentleman.
    Terry

     

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