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Daughter of Darkness (The Mysteries #1)

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In 480 BC, fifteen-year-old Melaina's biggest worry, she thinks, is wishing to follow Artemis and remain virgin when her mother and grandfather want her to marry and became a priestess. But when the Persians invade, the gods themselves have plans for Melaina, including carrying a divine child and divining for the Greek fleet in a battle to determine the salvation or ruin o...more
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Published April 4th 2010 by David Sheppard (first published March 18th 2010)
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David Sheppard is the author of the non-fiction books Story Alchemy, Novelsmithing and Oedipus on a Pale Horse. David has a bachelor's from Arizona State University and a master's from Stanford University, and he has also studied American Literature at the University of Colorado. His poetry has appeared in The Paris Review, and in the Arvon International Poetry Competition Anthology (Ted Hughes an...more
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