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  1. I do not write many comments, buut i did a few searching and wound up here Blog | Paricia FinneyPatricia Finney.
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  2. We have enjoyed your books – under each of your names – and look forward to more. Sorry about your stroke, though it seems to have had no horrible side effects. I have a paralyzed left hand, due to a mistake by an omniscient Doctor. He couldn’t understand that I wasn’t stubbornly refusing to open my hand out of some spite or confusion about HOW to do it. THREE surgeries (by other doctors) later I can wiggle fingers. First, second and third doctors proclaimed THEIR satisfaction with results and released me to rehab unit. Even after extensive rehab, I can still only wiggle fingers – not usefully – and rehab people declared themselves satisfied by results and released me. American medical care is as confusing as if it were all in Magyar! I formerly taught very intricate and advanced types of needlework to students at an American History museum; now, I cannot even hold the work, much less demonstrate its making. Frustrating as hell, but THEY are all “satisfied with the results” and all expect that groveling gratitude that they love so well. The only advantage that we can see is that I now have more time to read! As I said at the beginning, we enjoy your books a great deal!

  3. I’m sorry to hear about your problems – sounds like you had a problem that was very common in the days of monks doing calligraphy – writer’s cramp, which was a serious and sometimes crippling problem. It’s a pity the treatment hasn’t advanced since then! I’m glad you like my books though.

  4. Just read the excerpt of Pushing a Pea up your nose – more please!! I have also read all of your Sir Robert Carey mysteries up to date and am interested to know when the next one will be available. I wouldn’t have known about them if it hadn’t been for my kindle. Thanks for the pleasure these books have given me.

  5. The next Sir Robert Carey story is coming out in the States in August 2015 and is called A CHORUS OF INNOCENTS. PUSHING A PEA has been published in Kindle under the (not very good) title of Love in Flames (I think, it’s had a lot of changes). If you could come up with a good title for it, I’d be pathetically grateful!

  6. I am looking forward to reading your new book A Quarrel of Lawyers. When is it due to be published? I absolutely love the Sir Robert Carey books and have read every single one.

  7. A Quarrel of Lawyers

    Sherry Phillips
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    I have read all of your Sir Robert Carey books and I’m anxiously awaiting your new one, A Quarrel of Lawyers. When is it due out? You have brought me so much pleasure. Thank you. Sherry Phillips

  8. A Quarrel of Lawyers was a provisional title which morphed into A Plague of Angels and was published a long time ago. The latest (Carey 8) is coming out in April 2017 called A CLASH OF SPHERES.

  9. Just finished Clash of Spheres. Brilliant but what an ending! How could you do that to my favourite character!
    I’m getting very fond of King James though and hope he will appear in your next book.

  10. That was the original working title of A SEASON OF KNIVES so I don’t know where it’s wandering around. We killed it because it sounded boring. I’m really glad you like Carey – make sure you sign up for my email list.

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