Nancy Atherton Message Board

Bobby Murphy posts on 1/31/2006 2:23:40 PM I am a Stephen King, Dean Koonce, James Patterson, Tami Hoag type of guy. Imagine my surprise when I found a copy of "Aunt Dimity and The Next of Kin" at the library and checked it out. Two day's later I came back to the library and borrowed all of the titles that Ms. Atherton has written. This past week has been one delightful reading after another. Thank you for your gift.
alissa posts on 1/15/2006 4:04:59 AM I enjoy the mystery and charaters of Aunty Dimity stories, but my main source of content is Reginald and his influence on her life. I do not have an Aunty Dimity (or fortune) but have a small panda coloured bear who also seems to have some sort of magic about him. Love live Reginald Rabbit
Linda Karol posts on 11/29/2005 10:44:07 AM I read Aunt Dimity the first time after my father had died and a I cried throughout the whole book. I helped me get through a tough period in my life. Since then I have read the story to my daughter, who is now 17. She used it for a book report because she liked it so much. We just finished reading "The Next of Kin" and I thought it was one of the best of the sequels. I just reread Aunt Dimity's Death again. I had forgotten so much of the story, It was like visiting an old friend. Thank you Nancy Atherton for you books.

rabbit lover posts on 11/21/2005 11:47:29 PM I was wondering if anybody had any info on when the next book was coming out? I've read up until "the next of kin" and i cant wait for the next one thanx
Rebecca DeGeorge posts on 11/19/2005 3:02:38 AM I would love to know when you are next coming to the San Francisco Bay Area. Where can I find this information?
Gay Ingram posts on 10/24/2005 6:20:47 PM Dear Nancy, My local library included your newest in their new books display and your cover caught my eye. It turned out to be one of those books you can't put down - I read it through. So, guess whose books I've going to look for? I'm a writer myself and find your "Aunt Dimity" an intriguing technique in story-telling. Congratulations! It really works! Gay Ingram 'Til Death Do Us Part Troubled Times
jackie gillam posts on 9/9/2005 4:25:02 PM Dear Nancy-I own Fairchild's-small English shoppe in Dunlap, Illinois and did some author programs for you at the Peoria Public library. Have been trying to reach you. Can you E mail me? yours jackie
Judi LeHuquet posts on 5/10/2005 10:36:59 AM I just "dicovered Aunt Dimity"! I work in a Library and don't know how I missed Her! She is the best thing since slice bread! (when you described Reginald I felt like you knew "dog" I was almost embarassed, sitting there in my livingroom!) Do you still write? Have you ever thought of putting your books on cd? It's very popular for people to listen to books while also cuts down on road rage! I love your fluid writing style, it's so easy to loose oneself in your books!
patsy bishop posts on 5/6/2005 9:01:01 PM just read your newest book. as always, just great! i wish i had an aunt dimity. your characters are so fun and the recipes are good too. really liked the addition of stanley to the family
chris posts on 5/6/2005 8:24:19 AM Since last Friday, 4/4/20/05, I have read 6 of your books. I love them. The 6 are all my Library has, so I must go to somewhere else to purchase the others. I am always looking for to authors to read, and I am glad I found you. Keep Aunt Dimity and Lori alive. Thank you, Chris
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