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D.R. Racey has served on active duty in the U.S. Military since 1998 and spends much of his time off writing, developing his next story, and designing his own cover art. He has been married since 2000 and has three children.
He started writing in 2008 as a hobby and published his first book in 2012. His first published book is Blood Rites which is a paranormal fiction novel about a werewolf on the run from his former pack master. D.R. Racey has also published a historical fiction novella about an Army National Guard unit stationed in Baghdad, Iraq during the surge (War - 8000 Miles From Home). He has also completed two fantasy novels as part of the Phoenix Blade Trilogy (Conflagration and Lineage).
All D.R. Racey novels are available from Amazon.com in Paperback and for Kindle.
I hope you enjoy your reading.
Books by D.R. Racey
The Phoenix Blade Trilogy
Book One - Conflagration
Book Two - Lineage
Book Three - Impasse (Available 2016)
War - 8000 Miles From Home
Enmity Awakened (Available Starting in 2015 - Planned to be a 4 to 6 Part Serial)
on Feb. 19, 2013 :
I have to say, that upon diving into the book, as I often do, without checking out all the details I wasn't quite aware that it was a novel. Truth be told you wouldn't know if it was held in a plain brown cover. The book is really quite remarkable to read. As I'm sure most military spouses can attest to, not a lot of details are shared. I remember watching some sort of documentary and it was concerning an area of "that place with lots of sand" quite near where my husband had been previously. I learned more from that hour show then I had learned from him. He didn't want to worry me. I get it and I love him for it. The truth of the matter is that it wouldn't matter if we watched every show, film or documentary ever made, we couldn't possible understand 100%. If you would like some insight into the life, the life of war, with a little bit of the real ness of it, I suggest this book. It creates a story about real (even though it is fiction) people, that are human and not just faceless soldiers fighting a war. They have emotions and feelings that drive them, like we all do. I was also a little bit partial to this book because it portrayed the lives of National Guard Soldiers, which is not often done.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)