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Dagger's Destiny (Curse of Clansmen and Kings)

Author Linnea Tanner is a master storyteller of historical fantasy. Dagger’s Destiny, the second book in the Curse of Clansmen and Kings series is a continuation of an epic Celtic tale with adventure, mystery and strong characters. The novel stands alone as the first chapter is a quick immersion and intense update into the preceding plot. Set ...

Dandelion Summer

A fourteen-year-old girl, Madelyn has enough problems developing from a child to an adult without a life “choked by unwanted disruptions”. Dandelion Summer by Mary Ellen Bramwell is more than a coming of age contemporary novel. Madelyn is looking forward to summer vacation, but trauma in the form of secrets and lies of omission complicate ...

Dashing through the Snow

In the picturesque village of Branscombe, New Hampshire, the townsfolk are all pitching in to prepare for the first (and many hope annual) Festival of Joy. The night before the festival begins, a group of employees at the local market learn that they have won $160 million in the lottery. One of their co-workers, Duncan, decided at the last minute, on ...

Dating Again: A Guide to Dating Just When You Thought You Were Done

Dating Again by Robert M. Fleisher is the 21st-century bible on how to start dating again after having been absent from the playing field for an extended period of time. It is a book that provides a road map to getting back into the relationship race and what the new rules are in the current era. Fleisher’s book covers all the pertinent ...

Dead School

Dead School by Laura Gia West is a hilarious young adult novel about a young girl, Tina Crocker,  who just can’t get things right in her 5,768th incarnation of her pathetic life or in any of her previous ones.  She can’t remember all her previous lives but the last one she does, and she didn’t think she had been that bad.  ...

Death Comes for the President

William Turner's latest book "Death comes for the President" opens quickly and powerfully. You're presented with no less than five deaths in just the first chapter. Then Turner dangles the questions of why these individuals are dead. These deaths weren't natural deaths but murder. More startling is that the President of the ...

Death in Disguise

Karen Neary Smithson latest novel "Death in Disguise (A Beth Getty Mystery Book 1)" is a gripping crime thriller set in the Los Angeles area about a series of murders of teenage victims.  Sibeal "Beth" Getty, of Irish descent, and of international supermodel fame, becomes obsessed with the brutal crimes when the nanny of ...

Death Steppe

Death Steppe by Judy Bruce is the World War II story of Elena and Friedrich. The book opens with a train ride with Elena - not sure exactly where she is headed, but with no choice but to be there. Death Steppe's setting is the Soviet Union during the time that the Germans are retreating. Elena is a widow (Russian) and a medic in the war. She ...

Death Takes a Mistress

Death Takes a Mistress by Rosemary and Larry Mild is the story of a man, his mistress and their daughter. 1982 in England the yound mistress is murdered and leaves a small baby with no parents. The mistress leaves behind a baby and a diary. 2005 Ivy Cohen (the baby) has a college degree and an obsession with finding out who murdered her mother. ...

Decline and Fall of All Evil

The book "Decline and Fall of all Evil" by Seymour Lessans is a 596 page treatise that speaks on a plethora of subjects. It is a book that details how life should be and what a world we would have if the teachings of Seymour Lessans were followed. Much of his writing appears that of a statesman-philosopher. The subjects covered in the book range from ...

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