Daniel G. Keohane


Dan Keohane’s debut novel, Solomon’s Grave, was a finalist for the 2009 Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in a First Novel. His short fiction has been published in a variety of professional magazines including Cemetery Dance, Shroud Magazine, Apex Digest, Coach’s Midnight Diner and many more. Many have received Honorable Mention in the Year’s Best Horror anthologies. He’s an active member of the Horror Writers Association and founding member of the New England Horror Writers. You can learn more about his work at his website: www.dankeohane.com, and whatever social network happens to be the rage at the moment. He’s afraid of clowns, but pretends he’s not, because that would be weird.

"...a serious storyteller with big ambitions. No longer an apprentice, he's become a journeyman of his craft." - Cemetery Dance Magazine

"...perhaps THE best of the next wave of writers in this genre - and heads above many of the better-established names." - Jeffrey Thomas, author of Letters from Hades and Punktown

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Smashwords book reviews by Daniel G. Keohane

  • The Medicinal Martini on Jan. 12, 2012

    This was a wickedly fun book to read. Davenport's got a clean, fast-moving style and her wit is alternately subtle and in-your-face hilarious. With such an original cast of characters, incuding a hero detective with a reputation for sleeping with his clients. Dusty Darling (that's his name and the author uses it often for some pretty clever dialogue) finds himself in the middle of a murder mystery on the high seas, which grows more complex as the voyage continues. If you like light-hearted whodunnit's, I highly recommend this book for consistently enjoyable, funny and clever read