Collective Obsessions Saga

By Deborah O'Toole writing as Deidre Dalton

 

The Collective Obsessions Saga chronicles the extraordinary loves and intricate obsessions between two families sweeping a span of more than 140 years, all set against the backdrop of a Gothic seaside mansion in Maine.

 

Collective Obsessions Saga by Deborah O'Toole writing as Deidre Dalton

 

Follow the twists and turns of the Larkin and Sullivan families, who settle in America in the mid-1800s. John Larkin builds his vast business empire while daughter Molly and lighthouse keeper Colm Sullivan establish a connection that will endure for generations.

 

Amidst murder, madness, perverse self-indulgence and avarice the two families struggle to free themselves from a dark legacy of secrets and obsessions.

 

More than twenty years in the making, Collective Obsessions is a unique family saga set in the combined genres of mystery, the paranormal, historical romance, and dotted with a touch of the macabre and hints of classic Gothicism.

 

The eight-part family saga includes The Advent, Quixotic Crossings, The Twain Shall Meet, Enthrallment, The Keeper's Journal, Hearts Desires, The Twilight and Megan's Legacy.

 

For more information, visit the Collective Obsessions official website or download the About Larkin Guide.

Collective Obsessions Saga

Titles in the Collective Obsessions Saga include:

  1. The Advent

  2. Quixotic Crossings

  3. The Twain Shall Meet

  4. Enthrallment

  5. The Keeper's Journal

  6. Hearts Desires

  7. The Twilight

  8. Megan's Legacy

About Larkin, companion guide to the Collective Obsessions Saga, is also available for download. Click here for more >

 

Please Note: The cover image for the Collective Obsessions Saga was based on an artistic rendering by Rosabella (Night Shadow). The specific image will not be used in the official end-product book cover art, nor will it be utilized as such in the future.

About Deidre Dalton

Deborah O'Toole also writes using the pseudonyms Deidre Dalton and Shenanchie O'Toole.

 

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Deborah O'Toole also writes using the pseudonym Deidre Dalton...