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Maggie Davis is the author of over 30 works of fiction including the award-winning, bestselling Civil War novel THE FAR SIDE OF HOME, hailed as “a masterpiece” by the Boston Globe and “vast, agonizing, brilliant,” by the New York Times. EAGLES, a stunning novel of the US Air Force's innovative F-15 fighter jet, was written with the cooperation of the USAF Tactical Air Command. And STAGE DOOR CANTEEN deals with the fabled New York City World War 2 canteen and its people during the winter of 1942-43.

Writing as Katherine Deauxville, she is the author of science fiction, suspense, historical fiction and romance - including A CHRISTMAS ROMANCE, condensed in Good Housekeeping magazine, and made into a CBS Sunday Night Movie starring Olivia Newton-John and Gregory Harrison. Also (as Katherine Deauxville) the award-winning, bestselling medieval historical BLOOD RED ROSES.

Maggie Davis has been a feature writer for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, copywriter for Young & Rubican advertising agency, Madison Avenue, and assistant in research to the chairman of the Department of Psychology, Yale University. While at Yale she taught three non-credit courses in creative writing (Teaching In The Colleges), and was twice guest writer-artist at the International Cultural Center, Hammamet, Tunisia. She has written articles and short stories for The Georgia Review, Cosmopolitan, Ladies Home Journal, Good Housekeeping and Holiday magazines.


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