Cora Harrison

Cora Harrison

Mullaghmore mountain on the Burren, County Clare, Ireland

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Cora Harrison writes from Ireland
Thanks, Marie, and I hope that you enjoy the books.

My grandfather and all of his ancestors came from Tipperary - their name was Mockler and I always mean, when I get the time, to research their history.

Mon Feb 28 11:18:01 2011

 
marie ryan writes from tipperary
i was so excited to discover your existence today.i cant wait to read my lady judge.i have a strong interest in irish history was brought up in the uk .my parents were raised on the galtees and slievenamon in isolated areas and my dads tales of his youth echoed a time and peoples further back that ive yearned for a flavour of hitherto..some of the stuff ive read doesnt give u a feel of the sensitivity and humour of the irish character in history and a flavour of our ancestors lives pre cromwellian in all its brehon glory so im very glad i discoverd u today and look forward to getting to knmw u and myself and lineage through your books! all the best and may your creativity long continue, marie ryan

Sun Feb 27 21:33:06 2011

 
Cora Harrison writes from Ireland
Dear Irene,

I'm sorry for the delay in answering you. I sent the question to the publisher and I'm afraid that the answer is that they, hardback and paperback are out-of-print (after a few months in each case!) and Severn House are not willing to reprint unless they get firm orders of about six hundred copies - not easy to achieve. A large print edition is in the offing but I'm not sure of how much it will be.
I'm hoping that the mass market paperback rights may be sold to another firm, but in the meantime, I'm afraid that this unsatisfactory answer is the only one I can offer.

Thanks for your interest, but I think you will probably be best to get 'Eye of the Law'. I don't think that you will miss out on the story as they are written as stand-alone books.

Many thanks,

Wed Feb 23 10:56:37 2011

 
Irene writes from Netherlands
Dear Cora,
I have been trying to find a paperback edition (at a normal price) of "Writ in stone" at amazon and other internet bookshops: it has been out of print for ages! Is your publisher planning on a reprint soon? Please? I would much prefer to read the Burren books in the correct order, but maybe I should skip this one for the time being.
Thank you for your lovely and interesting books!
yours,
Irene

Sat Feb 19 22:14:41 2011

 
Cora Harrison writes from Ireland
Dear Chloe,

'Jane Austen Stole My Boyfriend' will be out at the end of March.
Hope you enjoy 'Murder on Stage'. I think it is quite fast moving and I was very happy with how it turned out.

Best wishes,

Cora.

Mon Feb 14 21:35:31 2011

 
Chloe writes from England
Hello,

I have read your book Jane Austen was my bestfriend and i was wondering when Jane Austen stole my boyfriend is being published?

I think all your books are amazing especially the London murder mysteries- i still have murder on stage to read!


Sincerely,
Chloe.

Mon Feb 14 19:05:31 2011

 
Cora Harrison writes from Ireland
Hope you enjoy them, Niamh.

I've just finished 'Deed of Murder' Mara the Brehon book six.

The publisher is wondering whether to do another reprint of 'Writ in Stone' so if you want to put your name down on Amazon, for that you won't have to pay anything unless they do reprint.

Sun Feb 13 08:53:10 2011

 
Niamh writes from Ireland
Thank you so much! I will buy the books on Amazon UK.

Sun Feb 13 07:52:35 2011

 
Cora Harrison writes from Ireland
Dear Niamh,

Unfortunately, and somewhat oddly, Ireland is the most difficult place to get my books about the Burren!

Are you able to access Amazon Uk? They are available on that - at least Eye of the Law and Scales of Retribution are. Writ in Stone is out-of-print at themoment.

Sorry you've had such bother,

Cora.

Sat Feb 12 22:54:15 2011

 
Niamh writes from Ireland
Dear Cora,

I love all your books and i have read the first three books in the Burren Mysteries. Unfortunately, i am finding it very hard to purchase the sequels: Writ in Stone,Eye of the Law and The Scales of Retribution, in Ireland. I have tried many bookstores and all of the bookstores i have tried do not have the books in stock and are unable to stock the books. I would be very grateful if you could advise me on where to buy the sequels.

Yours sincerely,
Niamh

Sat Feb 12 21:31:14 2011

 
Cora Harrison writes from Ireland
Oonagh: It is nice of you to have gone to the trouble of writing.
I've had a long career in teaching and so, hopefully, have some insight into the age group.
I'm sorry there is no sequel. I had planned one, but the Irish publisher of 'Gorgeous' decided to give up on children's books when the government grant was cut and these days I deal wholly with English publishers, who, understandably, feel that events in Ireland are not interesting for their target readership.
Sad, but that's the way that things go!
I'm so pleased that your daughter enjoys and identifies with 'Gorgeous'.
Cora.

Thu Feb 3 18:05:59 2011

 
Oonagh O'Brien writes from Ireland
Hi Cora,

My daughter is reading your book gorgeous and told me she saw a lot of herself in one of the characters. I thought it was a great tribute to your writing and I found this web site when looking for another book in the series. Congratulations on being able to understand and capture the feelings of young girls so well.


Sincerely,
Oonagh

Thu Feb 3 14:18:29 2011

 
Cora Harrison writes from Ireland
Thank you, Joan, for your lovely message. I keep discovering new joys in the Brehon laws and am delighted to share them with kindred spirits. I hope that you enjoy 'Scales of Retribrution' which I think is just out. Mara has to balance the demands of her profession with that of her new-born son.

Sat Jan 29 18:02:40 2011

 
Joan Evans writes from England
Dear Cora Harrison,
What a joy to discover you. I have already set my daughter and grand daughters on your path.So good to see excellent narrative for children.I am thoroughly enjoying the Burren.I named my e-mail 'brehonabider'after reading 'Fidelma' and now have an even better understanding of the BrehonLaw... (retired teacher/JP )...and I can happily immerse myself in the ways of Mara and her countryside -which you describe with such clarity and passion I feel I'm there.
I look forward to the riches to come.Thank you.Joan

Sat Jan 29 17:10:58 2011

 
Cora Harrison writes from Ireland
I haven't read the Maisie Dobbs books - never heard of her, but have just looked them up and think that they sound extremely interesting.
Glad you liked my Mara.

Sat Jan 22 19:16:09 2011

 
Dale Sanderson writes from USA - Nevada
As an avid reader of British mysteries, my wife recommended My Lady Judge. I'm half way through it and looking forward to A Secret and Unlawful Killing. Mara might just give Maisie Dobbs a run for my favorite lady detective!

Sat Jan 22 18:38:49 2011

 
Lauren Skinner writes from America
Great! Thank you so much for letting me know. I promise I will be one of the first to get it!

Sun Jan 16 09:53:16 2011

 
Cora Harrison writes from Ireland
What a wonderful message. I do hope that you will enjoy 'Jane Austen Stole My Boy Friend' which comes out in March. Jane and Jenny go to Bath, my favourite city in England, and they have an exciting time with balls and parties and Jane makes some rather nasty girls extremely jealous!

Sat Jan 15 11:34:05 2011

 
Lauren Skinner writes from America
I got your book, I was Jane Austen's best friend for Christmas and it was one of the best books I have ever read. I started in at three in the afternoon and was done by five a.m. the next morning. The funny part is that I'm only twelve. Like I said, it was one of the best books I have ever read so thank you.

Sat Jan 15 07:03:54 2011

 
Cora Harrison writes from Ireland
Nice to have a fan in my home country!

I must warn that you that 'I Was jane Austen's Best Friend' was written for children - probably 11+. It is however quite accurate so far as most of the historical details of Jane Austen's life are concerned and loads of adults have read it and enjoyed it.

Fri Jan 14 12:58:05 2011

 
Chloe writes from Galway, Ireland
Hi Cora,
I was amazed to see that you were Irish. You are an excellent writer. I just bought a copy of "I was Jane Austen's best friend" and am dying to start reading it. Up the Irish Cailín!!

Thu Jan 13 19:42:06 2011

 
Denise Hennessy writes from Cork
Thanks Cora,

Thats great, I look forward too reading it with my class.

Denise

Sun Jan 9 23:42:37 2011

 
Cora Harrison writes from Ireland
Denise: Yes, it is - just a later republishing.

If you are having trouble with getting any of these Drumshee books you could try Tara Book Company. Patricia there will be very helpful and carries almost all of them which she will immediately post off in a very efficient manner.

Sun Jan 9 20:09:35 2011

 
Denise Hennessy writes from Cork
Hi Cora

I am finding it difficult to get a copy of The Famine Secret. Is this the same as The Famine Secret at Drumshee?

Thanks for your time

Denise

Sat Jan 8 14:55:14 2011

 
Cora Harrison writes from Ireland
Thanks for your message, Tommy. I am the most inaccurate of writers and this is a mistake which slipped past editors and copy-editors.

I'm glad that you enjoyed the book, nevertheless.

Thu Jan 6 18:20:03 2011

 
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