Books by D. L. Denham

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D. L. Denham is a native of Louisiana. He is an educator, historian, and writer. D. L. is an alumnus of Southeastern Louisiana University, where he holds an M.A. in American Colonialism. When he is not teaching, he can usually be found at his local coffee shop hammering away on his latest book. REHO is his first full-length novel and is the first of three in a planned series called The Hegemon Wars. Red Denver was his first published work and includes the protagonist REHO.www.DLDenham.com

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REHO: A Science Fiction Novel
by D. L. Denham
Reho, a young, survival-hardened man, searches for redemption in the Blastlands of Usona. Haunted by his past, he must uncover the truth about his origins while thrown headfirst into a war that will not only alter his future, but the future of all humankind. “REHO is an Instant Post-Apocalyptic Classic.” Nicholas Sansbury Smith...
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Red Denver: A Science Fiction Novella (The Hegemon Wars Book 1)
by D. L. Denham
Red Denver, one of several successful communities in Usona, post-Blast America, has thrived because of OldWorld machinery and a strong community government. With his past behind him, Reho has made a new life for himself in Red Denver. Until Soapy, a local crime boss, starts a chain of events that leads to a climatic final face-off...
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With an American Pen: Cotton Mather's Transition to the Enlightenment
by D. L. Denham
Cotton Mather, a leading intellectual of the 17th and 18th century, bridged the English colonies in North America to the Enlightenment in England and the European continent, enabling a new system of thinking to cross its Atlantic barrier. Colonial historian D. L. Denham provides a sweeping argument, showing that Mather transitioned from...
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Categories: History
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