Society of the Nines (Society Series #1)

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The wig, the fear, and the weapon; those are the first things Private Investigator Mahayla Breland notices when Emma Chapin walks in her door. Shortly after, Mahayla finds herself embroiled in a missing persons case with darker, more sinister repercussions than she could have ever imagined. More

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Published: Nov. 11, 2011
Words: 75,000
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466167476
About Danielle Bourdon

Born and raised in Corona, California, Danielle started her first novel at age 11 on an airplane flight from California to Texas. The unfinished 'book' was tucked away as a memento. Her love of books and writing led her to start several other novels over the last decade, none of which ever got to the publication stage.
Dréoteth was written during an exhaustive but exciting National Novel Writing Month exercise, which she completed, and has now become a full-fledged book. It is her first published novel.
Danielle lives in Texas with her husband, two sons, and their black cat Sheba.

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Review by: hrhsophia on April 09, 2013 : star star star star
I just read this and was very engaged. It moved fast and had plenty to keep me interested. I will most likely not purchase the second book anytime soon as it was written almost two years ago and seems to continue in a third as yet unwritten book. If the third is written and I discover it great if not 'Tant pis'.
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Review by: Rene Lathrop-Nethercot on Aug. 27, 2012 : star star star
I enjoyed most of this book. I was devouring it up and until the end. I found the lack of resolution in this book disturbing.
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Review by: Alma Campbell on Aug. 22, 2012 : star star star star star
Got this book because it sounded interesting and was glad I did! really enjoyed story and details. purchased book #2 right after and I am sure I will not be disappointed.
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Review by: Bob on June 28, 2012 : star star star star star
Just finished reading this book. I found it quite good. I am looking forward to to reading the next in the series.
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