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  • Bibliography:
    7 Books
  • First Book:
    September 1982
  • Latest Book:
    March 2017

Book List in Order: 7 titles


  • The cars and horns. The colors combining. My lack of strength. Everything tried to keep me from getting home. But I made it. Finally the huge glass doors were in front of me. Through the glass I saw Harold. I pushed hard. Help me, I wanted to say. Bu...



  • My head started spinning. I got up and dragged myself to the bathroom. The scale was out where I had left it and I got on. Two more pounds were gone. I turned toward the toilet and went for a real long time and then drank from the faucet avoiding my ...



  • Seeing the three names on the grave stone reminded Izzy of the flower she carried. Today was June 7. Carefully she set the flower on the patch of ground. “I don’t know if you’re even in there, Damien. But happy seventeenth birthday anyway. I ho...




  • Do dead people live here? Seventeen year old David knows they do. His father had been teaching him how to communicate with tortured souls and had been helping them to find the Light. But his father was killed in a head-on collision on Halloween night...



  • This short novel, long in coming, is the fictional account of a thirteen year old boy who loses his long time neighbor and girlfriend in a house fire. He must now learn to heal from his loss. In a series of coming of age events, Jimmy learns the impo...



  • In this exciting sequel to, Emails to a Paranormal, author Vin Dacquino continues the saga of the Lynches, a family of Earth-Bound Angels dedicated to helping lost souls reach the Eternal Light. In this episode, sixteen year old Peter Lynch discovers...




Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

V.T. Dacquino has published 7 books.

V.T. Dacquino does not have a new book coming out soon. The latest book, Flowers by the Roadside, was published in March 2017.

The first book by V.T. Dacquino, Kiss the Candy Days Good-Bye, was published in September 1982.

No. V.T. Dacquino does not write books in series.