Elizabeth Adler Message Board

posts on 4/30/2006 8:37:07 AM My elderly disabled Mum (79) is an avid reader of Elizabeth Adler books and was most disappointed to find the book she had ordered from the local bookshop called "Sooner or Later" was the exact same story she had read on a previous occasion also by Elizabeth Adler but it was called "No Regrets". She doesn't have money to throw away and I feel this is bad practice. She is left with a book that she has already read but under a different title. Others beware!
posts on 4/15/2006 8:45:51 PM I have thoroughly enjoyed most of the books written by Elizabeth Adler. I noticed that one of the postings was negative. I have yet to encounter an author who writes a perfect book every time. Generally, I have enjoyed the books I have read and thank her for entertaining me. I know that many authors use incorrect spelling or fictitious places, why is that so important? That's why it's called fiction.
posts on 4/15/2006 6:13:48 PM Will any of Elizabeth Adler's older books be put on audio. I drive 40-50 minutes to work and I would love her older publications to listen to on my daily drive. My favorite is "The Rich Shall Inherit" but I would love to see "Peachy" "Leonie" "Portrait of a Lady" and others put on tapes or cds. Any possibility??

Non Painter posts on 1/31/2005 5:18:49 PM Why in the world do you spell Senor as Senhor in your book Leonie? It surely isn't the correct way to spell it.
Miriam Veit posts on 1/20/2005 8:11:04 PM This book stinks. It is more like a cheap love story for teen agers. It certainly is advertised wrong. You should be writing fairy tales where all the men are handsome or rich or better yet as I said before teenagers.
Eliette posts on 1/8/2005 12:47:45 PM No, there is no such place.Anyway, in French, it would be spelt M-a-r-t-i-n.
Joan Minelli posts on 1/2/2005 8:46:11 PM Is there such a place as Marten-de-Provence in France? Please email with information. Thankyou. Joan

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