Recently I have been given some constructive criticism of A Murder in Malta, which I plan to use in my upcoming books. (Hopefully A Scandal in Stresa will be out by September.) I also have received some amusing comments. My favorite one was from a woman who absolutely insisted that anyone who went to Blair School for Girls in the 1960s would not have gone on to Girton College at the University of Cambridge as Elspeth did. I explained to her that Blair School for Girls was completely the product of my imagination and not meant to resemble any existing place. She huffed off. I hope this brings as much of a smile to your face as it did to mine.