Born in the Midwest and an avid writer since the age of 13, David M. Bachman's works of fiction span over 20 years. His first published work, "When Raindrops Come Crashing," marked the start of his foray into publishing in December 2000. Since then, he has written a number of other fiction novels and short stories, including a carefully-crafted "Darkest Colors" vampire trilogy that has involved a full decade of composition, as well as his latest series, "House of Peterson." He currently resides in the East Valley area of Phoenix, AZ, where many of his recent stories are based.
on Oct. 21, 2014 :
This second book in a trilogy opens new doors and offers new insights into it's characters. As with the first book, the doors are opened to reveal action, serenity, love, hate, sex, death, and never-ending surprises as the story unfolds. I am off to find the third book in the series.
(review of free book)