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December 13, 2010


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Melissa Cummins

I have never heard of Maisie Dobbs before, but it sounds worth reading and I'm willing to participate! Thanks so much! melissalcummins at yahoo dot com

Darby Moran Lohrding

Sounds Great Jen! I'll go look for a copy to order, right now!


Oh, I'm totally up for this! I haven't read any of the Maisie books, but they sound like my kind of story. Can't wait to start reading!

I love Maisie and would love to read-along. Can't wait.


Sharon Berger

Thanks for featuring Maisie. I have read all thebooks and Maisie is an unforgettable character. I would love to read-along.


I'm really excited about this read along. I've read them all except for the Mapping of Love and Death--and what better time than now to get to it.

Diane (bookchickdi)

This gives me the perfect reason to crack open the Maisie Dobbs books I have beckoning me on my bookshelf.

Christine W.

I am mad for Maisie! Can't wait for the new book in March. I've never done a re-read though- it's time!

Carolina Book Stacks

I would like to join in. This sounds like fun, a book club.

I don't know that I'll be able to do all of them - that's quite a lot of the year taken up and my literary dance card is already pretty full... but I've been meaning to check out this series for some time, so I can't wait to get started!

David Abrams

I may not be able to participate (my To-Read stack is already pretty huge), but I'll certainly spread the word on my blog, The Quivering Pen.
David Abrams


I've been meaning to read this series for the longest time! I am not sure I can keep up with that schedule but I might try and read the first one and at least see how it goes from there.

Gaby @ Starting Fresh

This sounds great! I signed up but my link wasn't specific to the post. Here's the proper link to the sign up post:

I've emailed you with the correct link as well. Sorry about that - and thank you. This sounds so fun.


This sounds like fun Jen. I vowed not to join any challenges this year but this is different. I haven't read any of these but been curious about them - they sound great. I'm going to set my post up for tomorrow and will pop back with a link then.


I'm in! Thanks!

Frl. Irene Palfy

uuhh - I am sooo sad that there only two of the books - no 1 and 3 (!) - are released in German and than they cancelled the series translation. Maybe with the new release..

Patti O

I love Maisie Dobbs as she is practical, yet open-minded about the world and what one can sense. Looking forward to this read-along :)!


I'm so bummed I can't join! If you do this again, I'll definitely participate!

Donna Post

I'm thrilled for the release of the newest Maisie book and am looking forward to reading through them all again! Can't think of a better way to begin the new year!

Laura Contreras

I've never heard of this series before, but it sounds very interesting.

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