Category:Matthew de Lacey Davidson
Matthew de Lacey Davidson is the author of two poetry collections,Please Don’t Forget Me and What Souls Might Bear; a play in verse, What Really Counts; a collection of short stories entitled, Roses in December: Haunting and Macabre Tales; and a historical novel about civil rights leader Frederick Douglass’ first trip to Ireland, Precept. Precept was voted one of the top ten self-published books of 2018 by thebookbag.co.uk.
He has had poems, articles, cartoons, and short stories published in the online literary journals, The Junction, Pickle Fork, and The Writing Cooperative (on Medium.com); and in the online literary journal, Danse Macabre. He lives in Nova Scotia, Canada, with his wife, Shayna, and a plethora of Siamese and Tonkinese cats. The Worst Dogs is his first mystery novel.
You'll find out more about him on his website.
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