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Nancy Holzner grew up in western Massachusetts with her nose stuck in a book. This meant that she tended to walk into things, wore glasses before she was out of elementary school, and forced her parents to institute a “no reading at the dinner table” rule. It was probably inevitable that she majored in English in college and then, because there were still a lot of books she wanted to read, continued her studies long enough to earn a masters degree and a Ph.D.
She began her career as a medievalist, then jumped off the tenure track to try some other things. Besides teaching English and philosophy, she's worked as a technical writer, freelance editor and instructional designer, college admissions counselor, and corporate trainer.
Nancy lives in upstate New York with her husband Steve, where they both work from home without getting on each other's nerves. She enjoys visiting local wineries and listening obsessively to opera. There are still a lot of books she wants to read.
This book was bloody awesome. Just like the others in the great series. Can't wait to read the next one.Published 11 months ago by Ross Prickett
i love deadtown!!!!!!! I have read 4 of the 5 in the series. I hear there is only going to be one more book in this series. i got to say i hope it continues! Read morePublished 12 months ago by Patricia Casto
Reviewed by April, Book provided by Ace Books, and Review originally posted at Romancing the Book.
Darklands is an enjoyable and entertaining romp in the world of the... Read more
Not a bad read. The series started out well but in my opinion became a little draggy and was not as exciting as I thought it would be. An ok read.Published 20 months ago by Cyncyn
I have read the first three novels in this series and loved them. I like Vicky, Kane, Mab and I have even grown to like her vampire roommate, Juliet. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Lisa
Liked it a lot. I am a big fan of urban fantasy series. If you are also then this book and series is right for you.Published 21 months ago by P. Falbo Jr.
I've always enjoyed Holzner's books, so it was no surprise to me that I would like this one as well. Read morePublished on December 13, 2012 by What the Cat Read