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Danielle Girard


USA flag (b.1970)

Danielle Girard is the author of five books. Her latest book, The Rookie Club was released June 2006. Her work has won her two awards; Cold Silence won the 2003 Barry Award and Chasing Darkness won the RT Reviewers' Choice Award.

Genres: Mystery
 
Series
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Dr. Schwartzman
   1. Exhume (2016)
   2. Excise (2017)
   3. Expose (2018)
   4. Expire (2019)
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Badlands
   1. White Out (2020)
   2. Far Gone (2021)
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Awards
Barry Awards Best Paperback original winner (2003) : Cold Silence


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Switchback (2019)
(Patrick Flint, book 1)
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"Switchback transports the reader deep into the mountains of Wyoming for a thriller that has it all--wild animals, criminals, and one family willing to do whatever is necessary to protect its own. Pamela Fagan Hutchins writes with the authority of a woman who knows this world. She weaves the story with both nail-biting suspense and a healthy dose of humor. You won't want to miss Switchback."
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Departure (2020)
(Seth Walker, book 3)
Joseph Reid
"I fell for Seth Walker in Takeoff, the first of the series, and I think I love him more in Departure. What I love most is that Seth’s brawn, of which there is much to appreciate, is matched by his brain—imagine Clancy’s Jack Ryan combined with a young Steve Jobs. The combination makes Departure another hold-on-to-your-seat, don’t-even-try-to-put-it-down thriller. If you haven’t tried Seth Walker, you’re missing out."
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Don't Ever Forget (2020)
(Adler and Dwyer, book 1)
Matthew Farrell
"Matthew Farrell has done it again. A tense and twisty thriller, Don’t Ever Forget grabs you by the throat from the first page and does not let go. The result is an edge-of-your-seat, up-all-night read that packs a final punch you won’t soon forget. Fantastic!"
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For the Best (2020)
Vanessa Lillie
"For the Best grabs the reader from the first page and does not let up until the final, unexpected turn. While Jules Worthington-Smith fights to clear her name and preserve her hard-earned career, what she discovers threatens to bring her world down around her. As in her debut Little Voices, Vanessa Lillie writes with both authority and a fresh voice as she confronts the contradiction of family—that those closest to us can give us strength or tear us to shreds, and sometimes both at once. For the Best is not to be missed."

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