Message from discussion "John Thomas" and Dalgliesh
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From: Michael Black <et...@ncf.ca>
Subject: Re: "John Thomas" and Dalgliesh
Date: Wed, 25 Jul 2012 22:00:48 -0400
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On Wed, 25 Jul 2012, jeanette wrote:
> Librarian daughter is getting married this weekend and we are
> remodelling so bookshelf is "in transition" (as it seems is whole house)
> so I don't have time to look.
> Is it perhaps in one of the amendments to the newer editions of one of
> the books???
> For some reason I am thinking Podkayne. Star Best makes more sense but
> RAH was mad at what she had done to Red Planet so maybe there.
That's a good suggestion. I can't bring myself to buy another set of the
books, especially not when their price is so much higher than when I first
bought them, but I was reading some of those intros and afterwards in the
bookstore the other day.
Of course, there's no consistency, some of the juveniles are with one
publisher, who has republished them in trade paperback form, while the
other juveniles have gone to another publisher, which has republished them
in trade paperback, but with the forward and afterward. So they don't all
get the same treatment, a shame.