Reviewer: Elbee Signed [Report This]
Date: 17 Feb 2012 2:01 pm Title: Chapter 12 - What's the connection?

Just had a long catch-up, it's very exciting! Thanks, Lizzie.

Author's Response: Will try and keep up the excitement level! Thanks for the review!

Reviewer: Finn Signed [Report This]
Date: 16 Feb 2012 8:25 pm Title: Chapter 12 - What's the connection?

Ooh, Matron! I mean...there's clearly something fishy going on. Good thing Inspector Haddock is around, I suppose. (He can mackarel fuss about it and get some proof beyond reasonable trout).

(Sorry about the jokes. I do it for the halibut. Although the Reasonable Trout does not belong to me - I'm just borrowing it).

So yeah, thanks!



Author's Response: I've been avoiding all the fish jokes, so thanks for getting them over in one go!! Thanks, Finn.

Reviewer: Vick Signed [Report This]
Date: 16 Feb 2012 7:05 pm Title: Chapter 12 - What's the connection?

"your Aunt Jane has enrolled you as a helper which means that you’re automatically destined to come through this unscathed."   This made me laugh out loud!  Love them calling Matey's bluff and Miss Annersley pouting out the medicing as she suspected it was all measured.

Thanks Lizzie. :-D



Author's Response: Thank you, Vick - always good to get comments! In the books, Miss Marple's agent is always fine (even the girl who gets drugged and her head put in a gas oven)! Has got to be the first time in the CS that Matey has passed up the chance to drag someone off to the San - she's obviously up to her neck in it.

Reviewer: JS1 Signed [Report This]
Date: 16 Feb 2012 5:41 pm Title: Chapter 12 - What's the connection?

"I won’t let you come to any harm and your Aunt Jane has enrolled you as a helper which means that you’re automatically destined to come through this unscathed.’"

 

That bit (in particular) made me smile, thank you.



Author's Response: Thanks JS - glad my attempts at humour are working!!



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