J.T. McDaniel

J.T. McDaniel

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Columbus, Ohio / Writer, editor, historian, frustrated actor & opera singer, mediocre bowler, and slightly odd philosopher.
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Returning by [McDaniel, J.T.] Just released today!

Returning by [McDaniel, J.] Just released today!

Blackout & Other Stories by [McDaniel, J.T.]

Blackout & Other Stories by [McDaniel, J.

The New Revelation: The Annotated, Exposed and Debunked Edition by [Doyle, Arthur Conan] There's more me than Doyle in this edition.

The New Revelation: The Annotated, Exposed and Debunked Edition by [Doyle, Arthur Conan] There's more me than Doyle in this edition.

Shakespearean Performance: A Beginner's Guide by [McDaniel, J.T.]

Shakespearean Performance: A Beginner's Guide by [McDaniel, J.

With Honour in Battle by [McDaniel, J.T.]

This was the first book I published. For some reason I wrote this in British. Even stranger, comments from British readers seem to indicate I got away with it.

Carmilla (Annotated) by [LeFanu, J. Sheridan] One of the earliest vampire stories in British literature. LeFanu was, at one time, Bram Stoker's employer.

Carmilla (Annotated) by [LeFanu, J. Sheridan] One of the earliest vampire stories in British literature. LeFanu was, at one time, Bram Stoker's employer.

Ivanhoe (Annotated) by [Scott, Sir Walter] Scott's classic story of English chivalry during the reign of Richard the Lion Heart. It has knights, conspiracies, battles, true love, and even Robin Hood.

Ivanhoe (Annotated) by [Scott, Sir Walter] Scott's classic story of English chivalry during the reign of Richard the Lion Heart. It has knights, conspiracies, battles, true love, and even Robin Hood.

The Lost World (Annotated) by [Conan Doyle, Arthur] After Sherlock Holmes, Professor Challenger is certainly Doyle's best-known fictional character. This is the book that introduced him.

The Lost World (Annotated) by [Conan Doyle, Arthur] After Sherlock Holmes, Professor Challenger is certainly Doyle's best-known fictional character. This is the book that introduced him.

John Dene of Toronto (Annotated) by [Jenkins, Herbert] Set in London, during the Great War. Has an eccentric genius, spies, intrigue, Jenkins' take on the "great detective," and a bit of romance.

John Dene of Toronto (Annotated) by [Jenkins, Herbert] Set in London, during the Great War. Has an eccentric genius, spies, intrigue, Jenkins' take on the "great detective," and a bit of romance.

King Solomon's Mines [Annotated] by [Haggard, H. Rider] The book that introduced Allan Quatermain to the reading public. Still a rousing adventure tale. Rather progressive for its time, though it may seem anything but to the modern reader.

King Solomon's Mines [Annotated] by [Haggard, H. Rider] The book that introduced Allan Quatermain to the reading public. Still a rousing adventure tale. Rather progressive for its time, though it may seem anything but to the modern reader.

Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Annotated) by [Stevenson, Robert Louis] Delightfully creepy.

Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Annotated) by [Stevenson, Robert Louis] Delightfully creepy.

The Grand Canyon on the Colorado by [Muir, John] A very short book. I added quite a few color photos for this edition, along with the usual notes and Afterword.

The Grand Canyon on the Colorado by [Muir, John] A very short book. I added quite a few color photos for this edition, along with the usual notes and Afterword.