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I am a regular visitor of your blog, You are a really amazing author my dear!
|(80) Mark Wright
Thu, 20 March 2014 18:12:17 +0000
Just finished The Feast of Artemis. Another success both actually & morally for Hermes. I do so enjoy these books, so evocative of any island that one has visited. With your writing I can see everything in my minds eye, each village and each setting. I await the next Hermes soft and comforting adventure for 2014. Thank you for giving us such reading pleasure.
|(79) Peter Clifton
Sun, 12 January 2014 13:21:53 +0000
Hello again Anne, I really enjoyed Feast of Artemis, as I have all the novels. Your books conjure for me the warm Greek sunshine and the wonderful scent of herbs on the breeze - and I have to book another island holiday. The food descriptions were an added bonus! Thankyou for your recipes too - I'd really love a Zouroudi Greek cookbook.....Any chance? You must know so many really traditional recipes, like your mousaka and orange cake that we need you to share. I hope you manage to get down to the South Coast for book signings before too long. Best wishes Peter Clifton
|(78) Ron Nilsson
Sun, 1 December 2013 05:40:45 +0000
Hi Anne, I have read all your Hermes novels and am currently reading The Feast of Artemis. I see you have brought in his half brother Dion. Have others noticed that Hermes and Dionysious are half brothers, sons of Zeus? Is Hermes carrying out good deeds for the gods on earth now. But Zeus etc. were not all moral and were capricious. Hermes always turns up at the right time to bring justice. I congratulate you on a marvellous series of novels. The drawings, list of characters and glossary of Greek terms are an added delight. Thank you, Ron
|(77) alfonso vaccaro
Fri, 18 October 2013 13:11:20 +0000
Anne- What separates you from the rest is your writing skills ! Sounds odd- but true- most of the other crime writers you are compared to write do not develop their characters or plot well. Personally, I would compare you with Donna Tart. Agree- that Australian Chef is Hermes:) All the best Alfonso
|(76) Peter Clifton
Thu, 10 October 2013 09:35:35 +0000
Hi Anne, I've just acquired the Feast of Artemis and look forward to reading it, but with mixed feelings - the end of the fat man? I've so enjoyed all your Diaktoros novels, they strengthen my need to return to the islands each time I complete one. I do hope you will continue to write about Greece, you are very perceptive and your style is a delight to read. Very best wishes.
|(75) Stephanie Sklaveniti
Sun, 8 September 2013 10:08:31 +0000
I too have had a similar Shirley Valentine experience. I married a greek man from Lefkada and had one son in Greece as you described, no pain relief and too much bed rest! I too found life so difficult as an English girl with opinions and free thought -- I lasted 5 years and came back to England - 2 years later my husband followed and has now been here for 15 years. My son is 18 - Ioannis. I am now on your 4th book and am enjoying them tremendously. They transport me back to island life and the silly customs and small mindedness of the people and the fact that it is still a very male dominated society. I am glad to know that you are thinking of writing more Greek detective novels and can assure you that I am an ardent fan who will always buy what you write! Your books have brought me so much joy, laughter and moments of remembrance - Thank you!! I have today brought the last book in the series and would love to know when you plan to write your next book? Many thanks and happy writing! Yassas and Kali tyhi Stephanie
|(74) Leigh Robinson
Sun, 11 August 2013 21:50:30 +0000
Just read "The Messenger of Athens" whilst on holiday in Majorca. Have had several holidays in the Greek Isles and Athens town and coastal areas. This takes me to Greece and can imagine the scenery. A great read too and loved unraveling the plot.
|(73) Louise Hoare
Thu, 25 July 2013 16:30:38 +0000
Just discovered Anne's books and am bewitched - I know Greece a little, I know Cyprus a lot and she evokes the Greek village perfectly. The food, the drinks, the coffee rituals, and then the families, their feuds, disputes and the marriage links. I don't what I shall do when I reach No.7 - start again I think.