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Keith Donohue

USA flag (b.1960)

Keith Donohue is the author of the novels THE BOY WHO DREW MONSTERS, CENTURIES OF JUNE, ANGELS OF DESTRUCTION, and THE STOLEN CHILD. He has worked in home construction, ran a cigar store, and the box office of a theater. For eight years, he wrote speeches for the chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts and now works at another federal agency in Washington, DC and lives nearby in Maryland.

Genres: Fantasy, Horror
Mythopoeic Fantasy Award for Adult Literature Best Book nominee (2007) : The Stolen Child

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Mermaid (2011)
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"Mermaid is one sexy fairy tale, a bittersweet story about the tides that tug at the human heart."
The Taker (2011)
(Taker, book 1)
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"A frighteningly compelling story."
The White Forest (2012)
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"Drips with the dark and gothic chills of Victorian London... A spooky and original novel."
The Library At Mount Char (2015)
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"This book is batshit crazy. From the very first pages, the story grabs you by the guts and doesn't let go. It mashes together fantasy and thriller, love stories and dark comedy, into a wild trip at once unpredictable and unforgettable. You'll never look at a librarian in quite the same way."
The Orphan of Salt Winds (2019)
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"Filled with unexpected twists, beautifully rendered characters, and told with great style, The Orphan of Salt Winds will seep into your soul."

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