DANIEL HILL ZAFREN
Page Passage is the tenth work of fiction by the highly respected North Carolina author, Daniel Hill Zafren. Loyal readers readily absorb his compelling stories with sage life lessons. The author is proud that each novel is distinct and engrossing. Without a doubt, this latest novel will be enjoyed by all.
Double Hugs is the ninth work of fiction by the highly respected North Carolina author, Daniel Hill Zafren. Loyal readers thirst for his compelling stories with sage life lessons. This latest novel will not disappoint anyone. It is a riveting tale with interesting characters.
At the request of his daughter, a wise, witty, and romantic elderly man is asked to write the story of his life. That life contains some dark secrets, and he is torn between revealing them at the cost of losing the admiration of the people he loves or taking them with him to the grave. During the undertaking, he brings happiness and direction to some young people. Can this overshadow wrongs of the past? Does such deserve a double hug?
Echo in the Heart, the eight novel by Daniel Hill Zafren, explores a remarkable friendship from the teen years between three female musicians. This touching story reveals the substance and power of that relationship as it embraces them through every facet of their lives. It also affirms the meaning of family and celebrates the rewards of humane endeavors.
Glimpses of Forgotten Dreams, the seventh novel by Daniel Hill Zafren, is the touching story about old people, their feelings, desires, dreams, and expectations. Despite physical and mental shortcomings, impending death inspires a clarity about the people and events that affect them. This tale leads the reader with keen insight close to some very special old folks who experience deep emotions and values. The book will instill an admiration and respect for those who are concerned about and care for the elderly.
Restless Beauty is the sixth novel by Daniel Hill Zafren.
This book is the spellbinding story about a lake. It is not an ordinary lake, and the story is not a typical tale. A beautiful lake, shrouded in mystery and reputed to have a restless spirit, has for hundreds of years been the attributing factor for death, suffering and financial ruin for all those who disturb it. Some, however, believe the lake can be instrumental in producing goodness. Six lonely people, brought together by the lake, find love and happiness. This book also contains their heartwarming stories, a promising outlook for all who believe in love.
Not Lost— Just Not Found is the fifth novel by this highly-regarded author. It has been eagerly awaited by the author's fans, and all readers will find it enjoyable and thought-provoking. An interesting assortment of characters are absorbed in the challenges of developing self-worth and seeking happiness. A university psychologist attempts to be a guide along charted and uncharted pathways. Along the way, he discovers he has much to learn himself.
Network of Death is the fourth novel written by the author since his retirement as Director of Legal Research at the Law Library of Congress in 1998. In addition to writing novels, he has started a successful business of selling antique clocks, radios, and musical boxes at antique shows in various parts of the country.
The third novel, Shadow Selves, was published in 2005, and is a thoughtful tale of two idealistic young people who are outsiders from society. Through each other they learn to overcome their own inadequacies, to take on the battle for others, and to learn that love is the most powerful of binding forces.
The second novel, A Door Never Opened, was published in 2003. It is a sequel to the first novel and has some of the same main characters in a present day setting as they face challenging emotional situations without a total escape from their past. Some of the actual love poems that the author's father wrote to his mother are incorporated throughout the story.
His first novel, In a World We Never Made, published in 2001, is a "scholarly novel." set in the early 70s, portions of nonfiction are interjected into a story of professors and students dealing with the age-old problems of identity and desire.