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ARB has been offered a review copy of Dayna Ingram’s novel The Golden Daughter (Lethe Press), the first title in a new epic fantasy series.
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From the publisher:
From the author of All Good Children–which Publishers Weekly named one of the Best Science Fiction Books of 2016–comes a new story, the first book of an epic trilogy. Is the Golden Daughter a monster created by vile magic? A fabled assassin whose many victims are turned to gilded statues? Perhaps Liddy Vanya is both. The king’s daughter is his greatest weapon against his political enemies: her touch transforms flesh into pure gold. But her service to the crown is entirely forced, as Liddy’s young life has been one marked by cruelty and abuse. Until the moment she decides to murder her father. But when you are the most infamous and feared killer in all the land, even the most satisfying of assassinations can be a perilous endeavor, especially when a former lover is hunting you down. Filled with intrigue and passion, The Golden Daughter is an exciting tale similar in vein to the works of Jane Fletcher or Audrey Coulthurst.
About the author:
Dayna Ingram is a queer genre fiction writer from Ohio. He earned his BA in Creative Writing from Antioch College, and his MFA from San Francisco State University. He is the author of EAT YOUR HEART OUT and ALL GOOD CHILDREN, both of which received starred reviews in Publishers Weekly. The latter was also chosen by both Publishers Weekly and Kirkus Reviews Indie as one of the best Science Fiction titles of 2016. He lives in Kentucky with his spouse, their children, and an ungodly amount of pets.
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