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Boy meets duck, boy loses duck, boy finds girl.

At Disney World, Paul is picked up by a five-foot duck named Huey. Duckness proves to be skin deep, however, for Huey the Duck is really Huey the Girl, an attractive young woman who leads Paul astray and to Key West, where during a sailing adventure, they are marooned on a tropical island. Idyllic, except for the pirates, pyth...more
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Published March 4th 2012 by Richard Daybell, via Smashwords
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Bob
Humor is a place where most fiction writers fall flat on their faces, but in Voodoo Love Song, Daybell triumphs. I had a smirk on my face through much of the book and even laughed out loud a few times. The dialogue is witty, flirtatious, and just fun all around. The protagonists are likable and entirely believable as people, even as their predicaments become increasingly more absurd. The book gains momentum as it progresses, and the reader might be forced to read the last half in a single sittin...more
Rachel Cotterill
Voodoo Love Song starts out as a fun, lighthearted almost-romance between Paul and Huey (not her real name), with hints of mysterious goings-on in the background. By the end, it's an action-packed and suspenseful thriller. This is a very quick read but it's tremendous fun with colourful characters, a lush Caribbean setting, and just a hint of voodoo magic. Just the sort of thing to read on the plane to your own tropical island (although I read it on a rainy evening in England, which also works).
Steve Carter
If you like your characters to be realistic, your dialogue to be beyond snappy, and your writing to be simply as good as it gets, then try this.
I read it a while ago and, as a writer myself, it's still one of the best things I have ever read. I mean, I fell in love with a duck--How good is that?
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Kristin
This was a good book! It kept me wanting to read more, with an active toddler around that means something! I'm ready to hear about what happens in Cuba...
Nadine Simpson
Perfect summer read. It's funny, a little dark and a quick read.
Christina
Very fun, with twists of terror, and surprise mystery!

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Richard Daybell has been a writer/editor for most of his adult life, working at various times for a public library, a multinational corporation, a university, and state government. His wife Linda and he also spent seven years as owners/chefs of Churchill House Inn, a nine-room country inn in central Vermont.

His short stories and short humor have appeared in regional, national and international co...more
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