I received my copies of Ha’penny Chance in the mail and I regret to say there is an error.
I’m so sorry. It is all my fault. I have been given the service of a truly exceptional editor. I am in awe of the woman’s skill and knowledge.
However, on page 110 of my book a butcher gives a description of a Dublin Coddle that is so wrong it is painful for me to read.
It is my fault. I was given the opportunity to correct this type of error before the manuscript went to the printer. I can only hang my head in shame because I didn’t catch it in time. I am so sorry.
I didn’t write that tiny section of the words on the page but I should have caught the change made to my manuscript before it was sent to the printer.
I can only beg your pardon.