D.E. Haggerty - Buried Appearances - Virtual Book Tour


Date Published: 12/1/2013
Historical Fiction

Skylar Dewitt has been ostracized her entire life due to her grandfather’s well-known sympathies with the Nazis. But now her grandfather’s body has been recovered in the Netherlands in an area famous for being a Nazi killing ground. Why would her grandfather be buried in a place legendary for assassinations of resistance members? Skylar jets off to Holland in search of answers about her grandfather’s demise. Along the way she finds long-lost family and old friends but will she solve the mystery of what happened to her grandfather? And maybe she discovers something more valuable than resolving any mystery could be: herself.    




Virtual Book Tour  - December 8 - December 22

December 8 - Reading Addiction Blog Tours - Kick Off
December 9 - Pure Jonel - Review
December 10 - Logikal Blog - Guest Post
December 11 - A Book and a Latte - Review
December 12 - Only God Writes Trees - Interview
December 13 - In the Pages of a Good Book - Guest Post
December 14 - Laurie's Thoughts and Reviews - Excerpt
December 15 - Mismatched Bookends - Review
December 17 - A Life Through Books - Interview
December 18 - Blissful Blog - Review
December 19 - Mythical Books - Excerpt
December 20 - Texas Book Nook - Excerpt
December 21 - Welcome to Our Families Wolves Den - Review
December 22 - RABT Reviews - Wrap Up






D.E. Haggerty
I was born and raised in Wisconsin but think I’m a European (a cloggy to be exact). After spending my senior year of high school in Germany, I developed a bad case of wanderlust that is yet to be cured. After high school I returned to the U.S. to attend college ending up with a Bachelor’s degree in History at the tender age of 20 while still managing to spend time bouncing back and forth to Europe during my vacations. Unable to find a job after college and still suffering from wanderlust, I joined the U.S. Army as a Military Policewoman for 5 years. While stationed in Heidelberg, Germany, I met my future husband, a flying Dutchman. After being given my freedom from the Army, I went off to law school. I finished law school and moved to the Netherlands with my husband and became a commercial lawyer for more than a decade. When I could no longer handle the law, we upped stakes and moved to Germany to start a B&B. Three years after starting the B&B, I got the itch to try something else and decided to return to one of my first loves: writing. Between tennis, running, traveling, singing off tune, reading and playing lawyer part-time, I write novels and poetry, blog about everything under the sun and review books. 

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