Mr Blake tells me that his publishers have already run out of copies of “Blood of Alexandria”. This is a nusance, as Hodder & Stoughton take an age to reprint unless besieged by desperate booksellers. Can I ask all my friends to mention the book the next time they are in Waterstones and don’t see it on display? Mr Blake would be happier with a reprint of the hardback than yet another diversion of the big paperback from foreign markets, which is what happened with the previous novel.
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