Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Book Review: DANIEL'S DEN by Brandt Dodson

Daniel Bond, a New Orleans based stock analyst, has found comfort in routine. He believes that the patterns he’s worked hard to form his life around will ensure his security—even happiness. He’s an ethical player in a business where others find temptation—creating his success through honest effort and doing the right thing.

Daniel is financially comfortable, physically fit, and totally committed to Elvis—his black lab.

And then, the unthinkable happens.

In a small community nestled in the Shenandoah Valley, Laura Traynor is anything but comfortable. A widow trying to care for her young son, and realize her husband’s dream (the only thing other than Andy and medical bills he left her) she is buried beneath a pile of debt and weary of wearing more hats than a three-headed monster.

And then, the unthinkable happens.

Brandt Dodson just keeps getting better. In Daniel’s Den, he delivers a compelling plot with interesting, believable characters, providing just enough technical information to lend authenticity.


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