Books by David Crane

WENT THE DAY WELL? by David Crane
Released: April 29, 2015

"A historical tour de force—a fascinating panorama of Great Britain during the summer of Waterloo."
As the armies gathered in June 1815, few doubted that a world-shaking event was in the works. Britons poured into Belgium to witness the excitement; those remaining behind agonized, debated, and quarreled; others went about their daily lives. Read full book review >
DIE TO LIVE AGAIN by David Crane
Released: Oct. 17, 2013

"An imaginative sci-fi survival tale built around a cautionary, uncompromising war story."
A young woman finds refuge in an underground bunker during a nuclear war and then emerges to live on the ruined Earth in this post-apocalyptic novel. Read full book review >
Released: Sept. 26, 2002

"For die-hard Byron fans only."
A disappointing biography of the two most significant women in Byron's life: wife Annabella and half-sister Augusta, who was also his lover. Read full book review >