Resurrection

Resurrection

by Dana E. Donovan
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Overview

Resurrection by Dana E. Donovan

Alex Payne would do anything to bring his wife back from the depths of her watery grave. But when a voodoo mambo offers her help, he soon realizes that turning back the tides of life comes not without its repercussions. Word count 80,290

Excerpt:

The unglamorous side of a town’s underbelly shows more keenly once the sun goes down. For every hour thereafter, another of the city’s morally degraded malcontents trades in his anonymous existence for a shot at utopia by maintaining a perpetual high at the cost of some foolish lamb, devoid of the good sense to come in out of the dark. What passes as a pleasant square, teaming with the colors of life by day, seems all but condemned in shadows of gray, having surrendered itself to the night. Such was the gloom that matched my disposition on the eve of my eternity.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940000720035
Publisher: Dana E. Donovan
Publication date: 11/17/2009
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 771,681
File size: 326 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Dana E. Donovan grew up in New England where folklore and superstitions can mold a town’s history as much as its people. Such is the phenomenon Donovan exploits in all his books, perpetuating the enigma of small town life and the belief in all that dies is not dead.

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Resurrection 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Once again Dana Donovan does it again. Couldn't put this one down. I highly recommend everything by this writer. I like how characters from the series keep reappearing in other books.
NookReader01 More than 1 year ago
A few typos aside (I see that a lot in Indie books) this is a good story. It's fast-paced, as is all of Donovan's books, and it keeps your attention throughout. The writing is brisk. The imaginary sharp. There is no bookmarking between chapters. If you want to stop reading, you will wait until you reach a chapter break. It is that hard to put down.
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