Authors with Last Names Beginning with "D"
Virginius Dabney was a lifetime resident of Virginia and graduated from the University of Virginia. He is respected as an educator, historian, and journalist having served more than three decades as the editor of a major newspaper. He traveled extensively often witnessing important events as they happened.
Daniels, B. J.
Davidson, Diane Mott
Davis, Susan Page
De Alba, Susan
Susan de Alba was born in Virginia and educated at the University of Richmond and the University of Virginia specializing in colonial history. She also established a career in advertising and marketing to support her writing career. She was actively involved in research and preservation concerned with Lewis and Clark.
de Angeli, Marguerite
Marguerite de Angeli was a well-known author and illustrator of children's books. She was born in Michigan and grew up in Philadelphia where she returned in her later years.
de Massy, Baron Christian
Baron Christian de Massy was the sole nephew of Prince Rainier of Monaco and Princess Grace.
John Dean was born in Ohio and received his early training at Staunton Military Academy in Virginia.. He attended several colleges and received his law degree from Georgetown University ultimately becoming counsel for the White House under Richard Nixon. He was a principal player in the Watergate break-in and cover-ups and served as key witness after pleading guilty of a felony related to his involvement.
Ted Dekker is known for his twisted plots filled with incredible characters as they struggle between the forces of good and evil. He grew up in the jungles of Indonesia in a missionary family and the many cultures and religions eventually led to a degree in religion and philosophy. His books range the gamut from science fiction to action adventure, romance, suspense and thrillers.
Jude Deveraux was born in Kentucky and decided to pursue teaching until her first book was published. Her numerous books include romance and historical romance themes but also include fantasy and paranormal romance adventures.
Dickson, Gordon R.
Dixon, Franklin W.
Franklin W. Dixon was the pen-name for numerous ghostwriters of The Hardy Boys Mystery Stories and The Hardy Boys Casefiles and other series It is believed that the first outline was written by Edward Stratemeyer and other outlines and volumes were written by Harriet Stratemeyer Adams, James Buechler, Vincent Buranelli, John Button, William Dougherty, James Duncan Lawrence, Leslie McFarlane, Karl Hurr III, Tom Mulvey, Edna Stratemeyer, Andrew Svenson, and Laurence Swinburne. When earlier books were redone the revisions were written by Harriet Stratemeyer Adams, Priscilla Baker-Carr, James Buechler, Patricia Doll, Alistair Hunter, Tom Mulvey, Ann Shultes, Andrew Svenson, and Lilo Wuenn.
Doctorow, E. L.
Doss, James D.
Downs, Earl J.
Earl J. Downs along with Janet Baugher Downs have dedicated much time and effort in their personal lives to explore and document the early mills of Augusta and Rockingham Counties in the state of Virginia.
Downs, Janet Baugher
Janet Baugher Downs along with Earl J. Downs have dedicated much time and effort in their personal lives to explore and document the early mills of Augusta and Rockingham Counties in the state of Virginia.