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- member since July 13, 2007
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Dear Andi: I am an author from Massachusetts. My debut novel HUNTING THE KING was published in April.
HUNTING is a fast-paced page-turner that follows archaeologist Molly O'Dwyer into war torn Iraq in search of the remains of Jesus. Molly was five years old when she witnessed her mother die in a fire. She never knew her father, and after her mother’s death was raised on the campus of a Jesuit university. ForeWord Magazine says: "Fans of intellectual thrillers and historical fiction will find a worthy new voice in Clenott. His best invention may be Molly O’Dwyer, a genuinely likable heroine who more than holds her own in a man’s world. An ambitious scientist, she is also an observant Catholic whose heart and mind don’t always agree. Given such an auspicious start, the sequel can't come too soon." Booklist compares HUNTING favorably to DA VINCI CODE.
To get a good sense of how exciting the novel is check out the heart-pounding trailer for the book on YouTube.
Hi Andi, hope you are fine, I've finished reading Midnight Bayou a while ago, but though i've had an impression that this book is a favourite for a great number of readers i honestly haven't liked this book much, I dunno why i couldn't feel the characters especially the famale one. I didn't like her strong, daring way and her not minding having sex with any man even if she's not in love with him, this is may be cause of my beleifs and traditions and because of my romantic way of thinking. Anyway i may start the Chesapeake bay series soon, have you read it? if so tell me your opinion of it?Hope we always share eachothers opinions & thoughts, & wish you the very best, bye.
Hi Andi, hope everything's ok with you. I've just started reading Midnight Bayou and i find it very difficult to understand the meaning of the word "Bayou" cause as u may gather from my posts to Nora Roberts group that english language is not my native one. I thought bayou is a sort of antique we put sometimes in our homes receptions but i can't see my definition has anything in common with that in the book.So hope you can give me a clear definition of this word. Thank alot my dear friend.
I loved Devil Wears Prada and wasn't all that disappointment by the movie as I have always been with books turned into movies.. it was ok.. book is great!
I completely agree about D.S. I love her books from the late 70's. I don't think I've read any of her stuff in years.. it's so ridiculous. I imagine she just changes names and the scenery, the rest is the same... Patricia Cornwell is like that, all new stuff is crap.
Before Karen Marie Moning, I had never read a time travel book before. I just happen to be in Walgreens, read the back cover and decided to buy it. I loved her highlander series. The books will hold your interest and you will learn a little about the Scotish culture. Her lead males are always sexy as hell.:-). Hope you enjoy her books.