Search Results: "A.W. Daniels"


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GENETICALLY PRIVILEGED by A.W. Daniels
Released: Aug. 24, 2012

"After an unhurried start, this debut switches gears into an inventive, intriguing novel."
Daniels' blend of sci-fi and religious allegory explores the development of an entirely new, undoubtedly superior species of human. Read full book review >

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THE LUXUS by A.W. Mykel
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: July 30, 1991

"Humorless, gadget-plagued, and very long."
Terrorists kidnap bacteria capable of eating all the oil in the world—in the latest superthriller from Mykel (The Windchime Legacy, 1980; The Salamandra Glass, 1983). Read full book review >

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KILLINGS by A.W. Gray
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Aug. 5, 1993

"Shove over, Elmore Leonard."
White-haired, wild-eyed defender Bino Phillips (Bino, 1988) has pinned his hopes of getting coked-up football player Mickey Stanley acquitted of serious dealing on two witnesses—but one of them is dead, her body half drained of blood, and now the other has gone missing. Read full book review >

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DREADNOUGHT by April Daniels
Released: Jan. 24, 2017

"A thoroughly enjoyable, emotionally rich, action-packed story with the most exciting new superheroes in decades. Unmissable. (Science fiction. 14 & up)"
Danny's having a moment to herself when superfamous superhero Dreadnought drops out of the sky and dies in her arms—but not before passing her his powers. Read full book review >

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Crystal From The Hills by Graeme Daniels
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 19, 2012

"Sprawling, muddled and often hard to follow."
In this literary novel, Daniels (The Big No, 2010, etc.) follows Chris Leavitt, a former meth addict trying to rescue his once again unraveling life. Read full book review >

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NON-FICTION
Released: Sept. 20, 2011

"A carefully argued political treatise, but one of many similar books during these contentious political times."
Indiana's governor delivers his vision for saving America. Read full book review >

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WAKE THE DEVIL by Robert Daniels
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 13, 2016

"Synthetic but highly effective thrills for fans who wish Jeffery Deaver, whose strengths and weaknesses Daniels follows as faithfully as the footprints in a dance lesson, would turn them out faster."
Another serial killer, this time a professional assassin ready to murder anyone standing between him and his target, calls Atlanta profiler Jack Kale back to the FBI. Read full book review >

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Venus Looks Down On A Prairie Vole by Graeme Daniels
FICTION & LITERATURE

"This novel addresses an engaging topic, but its unlikable narrator and tendentious prose drag it down."
In Daniels' (The Situation, 2014, etc.) latest novel, a psychotherapist takes a break from his usual existence when he gets tired of listening to other people's problems, but he finds it's not so easy to leave the couch behind. Read full book review >

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UNFORGIVEN by B.J. Daniels
Released: Nov. 20, 2012

"An interesting premise, told through a fitful plot, disjointed character transitions and a general lack of chemistry."
An unsolved murder tests bonds of love and family in Daniels' first HQN single title. Read full book review >

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My Brother the Boxer: The Terry Daniels Story by Jeff Daniels
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Sept. 9, 2015

"While the fight descriptions are vivid, the subject remains one-dimensional."
A fond recollection of the boxing career of an unlikely heavyweight championship contender. Read full book review >

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SOVEREIGN by April Daniels
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: July 25, 2017

"Daniels doesn't just perfectly 'queer the capes,' she delivers a book that's tightly packed with brilliantly rendered fights, nail-biting scenes of peril, emotional authenticity, and a perfect first kiss. (Science fiction. 12-adult)"
It's been nine months since the last Dreadnought was blown apart and he transferred the mantle—and the responsibilities—to teenager Danny Tozer, and she's already world-weary. Read full book review >