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The Privateer by Dawn Mactavish,

Dawn's younger sister Diane (Candy to all of us!)

Dawn from her High School Year Book

Dawn's notes from her writing her Regency novels

Italian translation of The Ravencliff Bride

The cover done for Tradesize release of Drake's Lair (not used because Dorchester went out of business). Third cover will be coming

First cover for Drake's Lair. (not used) one I did.

The cover I did for her Odin's Daughter.

New cover for Children of The Wind, Book 2 of her Viking novels. This is one I did

First cover for Counterfiet Lady (not used) one I did

First cover for Renegade Rider (not used). This is one I did

Spanish cover for The Ravencliff Bride

The Spanish cover for The Privateer. Dawn would have adored it!

Dawn's favourite book. It was published after her death, but she got to see the cover before she died. She laughingly called the book "Stephan King meets Anya Seton". Funny, since in her last day's Stephen King's The Haven Foundation helped Dawn.

Dawn's first book. I don't think she ever intended to publish it since it's a western. She wrote it to honor her father who loved Zane Grey Novels. Her sister Candy and I did the edits and put it out for Dawn's fans and to honor her memory

One of the older novels written by Dawn put out after her death. I did the edits for it.

One of Dawn's best books. Amazing werewolf/time travel story. I did the edits for the book after Dawn's death

3rd Book in Blood Moon Trilogy. Dawn won Romantic Times Reader Choice Award for this book

second anthology Dawn had a novella in, under Hilary Sares at Kensington

Dawn had a novella in this book done under Hilary Sares at Kensington

Book three for Hilary Sares, third in the Elementals

second book for Hilary Sares at Kenisngton, Book 2 of the Elementals.

First book for Hilary Sares at Kensington Books

3rd MacTavish book

7th for Dorchester, second in the Blood Moon Trilogy