Deborah Hawkins

Biography

Deborah grew up in the South, wrote her first novel at the of age thirteen, and has been writing ever since. In graduate school, she studied Irish Literature and came to believe all Irishmen and Southerners are born storytellers. In addition to writing, she loves music and plays the clarinet. Now that her children are grown, she devotes her time to law, music, writing, and her two Golden Retrievers, Melody and Rhythm. She was thrilled when her first published novel, Dance For a Dead Princess, received a favorable Kirkus review at http://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/deborah-hawkins/dance-for-a-dead-princess.

Deborah taught college English and worked as a technical editor before going to law school. She worked for several large East Cost firms before coming to California in the mid-1980's where she developed a solo practice as an appellate attorney while raising her three children as a single parent. She is admitted to the bar in two states and the District of Columbia, is a certified appellate specialist, and has a Master of Laws in addition to a Masters in English. She believes that even a legal case always begins with a story.

Where to find Deborah Hawkins online


Videos

Dance For A Dead Princess
Dance For A Dead Princess

Books

Dance For A Dead Princess
By Deborah Hawkins
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 64,130. Language: English. Published: March 31, 2013. Category: Fiction
0.5 star(4.62 from 13 reviews)
Nicholas Carey, 18th Duke of Burnham, encounters beautiful New York Attorney Taylor Collins in his search for a video tape left by Diana, Princess of Wales, naming her assassins. Soon Taylor is caught up in the centuries old story of the Careys, Diana's death, and and her feelings for Nicholas. Finalist, Foreward Reviews Book of the Year 2013; Finalist, Beverly Hills Book Awards, 2014

Deborah Hawkins’s tag cloud

abbey    diana assassination    duke    england    mystery    princess    romance    tudors