Dan Shaurette


Dan Shaurette was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona. A self-proclaimed "desert rat", he is a proud native of the Valley of the Sun.

He wrote the manuscript for LILITH'S LOVE while earning a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science at Arizona State University. The novel is, at its core, a romance -- a tale of Love transcending even the boundaries of time and death.

Dan is still writing, though many sabbaticals (i.e. life getting in the way) have interrupted his publishing pursuits. An upcoming series is planned to be a spinoff of prequels for LILITH'S LOVE.

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Black Magic
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 8,260. Language: American English. Published: November 29, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Historical » Paranormal, Fiction » Historical » USA
Capt. Matt Black and Dr. Andrew MacGillivray are a pair of paranormal private eyes hot on the trail of someone — or something — killing women during the raucous 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago. Stranger things are afoot however when their friend, L. Frank Baum, finds a man who was attacked not far from the World's Fair.
Lilith's Love
You set the price! Words: 51,500. Language: English. Published: March 11, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » General, Fiction » Romance » General
(5.00 from 2 reviews)
After the Vampire Hunters find Lilith in New Orleans, she and her Wiccan friend Anna decide to go where they think no one would expect to find vampires — The Valley of the Sun, Phoenix, AZ. Chris, who is also Wiccan, meets Anna at Halloween. The chemistry between them is immediate, and when Chris' roommate Don meets Lilith, he realizes Lilith is the woman of his dreams, literally.

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arizona    detective    fiction    gothic    historical    lilith    modern    mystery    paranormal    paranormal romance    romance    supernatural    urban fantasy    vampire    vampires    wicca    witchcraft    witches   

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  • And Then She Was Gone on May 28, 2011

    I won't rehash everyone else's sentiments or synopses. I will simply say that once again Dan Sawyer has crafted an entertaining tale that twisted along and took me for a great ride. I'd like to point out that this is the first of Dan's works that I did NOT listen to and have been forced to *gasp* actually read! (I'm an audiobibliophile due to lack of time to commit to the usual cracking open of a book.) It says a lot that I actually made time to read it and kept coming back to read more and more of this eBook. I'm eagerly looking forward to more Lantham mysteries.