For author S.D. Livingston, it's all about history, mystery, and books. Her first novel, a historical romance, was published by Avalon Books in 2008. She soon followed that up with two self-published novels, including the political thriller Kings of Providence.
Along with writing historical fiction for adults, she enjoys working out the twists and turns of the spine-chilling Madeline Mystery series for young readers.
She’s a member of The Writers’ Union of Canada and will soon end the long pursuit and successful capture of a BA History.
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VideosThe Secret of the Mummy's Tomb
The mystery begins this summer in The Secret of the Mummy's Tomb. This is the first book in the Madeline M. series, and it launches Madeline and Jack on their time-travel adventures in an ancient land full of mummies, tomb robbers, and man-eating crocodiles. Will you dare to follow? For readers 8-12.S.D. Livingston
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The Secret of the Mummy's Tomb
On a creaking, windblown night, 11-year-old Madeline Mott’s dad disappears from the museum. This is the first book in the Madeline M. mystery series, and it launches Madeline and Jack on their time-travel adventures in an ancient land full of mummies, tomb robbers, and man-eating crocodiles. For readers 8-12.
Kings of Providence
(3.50 from 2 reviews)
Far below a street in Rio, a building’s foundation collapses. In China, an apartment block caves in. Any city could be next. In the halls of power, the cause of the deadly accidents is no secret—and a few lives seem a small price to pay for profit. Now, two men are alone against the power brokers who will resort to anything—including murder—to conceal the deadly abyss that lies below the streets.
(4.00 from 1 review)
What’s a modern-day Renaissance girl to do? That’s exactly what Emma Thomas is about to find out. Moving three thousand miles to Manhattan to discover her destiny hasn’t turned out quite like she planned. She’s just lost her job, her roommate’s impossibly perfect, and she’s still plain old Emma—until she stumbles on a little advice from the Renaissance, that is.
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Smashwords book reviews by S.D. Livingston
- Still Life With Murder (Nell Sweeney Mysteries, Book 1)
on May 05, 2011
A great read that drew me in from the first page. There was a refreshing depth to the characters, and especially to the dialogue. It never sounded stilted or artificial, and that made the characters seem very real.
Storytelling, plot, and layout were top-notch. For readers who notice (and yes, I'm one), a smattering of punctuation slipups and missing words were noticeable in comparison but didn't take away from the overall quality of the read.
I'll definitely be back to check out more in this series!