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David Johnson
David Johnson
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 4
  • Profession: Marriage and Family Therapist, Author, Community Chorus Director
  • Member Since: Aug 2017
  • Profile Views: 7,592
  • Writing:

    Literary Fiction
BIOGRAPHY

David Johnson has developed a reputation as a writer of "books with heart." His books feature strong, unforgettable characters from humble backgrounds who have to grapple with the unexpected turns of everyday life.
He is the author of the riveting "Tucker" series, one of the best-selling series on Amazon. The series has collected over 5,000 reviews, averaging 4.7 stars.
David maintains a very busy life outside of writing. He's a full-time Marriage and Family Therapist, is Director of a community chorus (soon to celebrate its 20th year!) that performs all across the Southeast, performing 15 shows a year. He maintains a blog: www.thefrontwindow.wordpress.com . He's been married for 44 years, has two daughters and six grandchildren.

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The Last Patient

Publish Date: Mar 27, 2018

Genre: Christian Fiction

avg rating 4.6115 reviews on Amazon

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David Johnson's Books

The Last Patient

The Last Patient

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Publication Date: Mar 27, 2018

Christian Fiction

4.6 (115 ratings)

Tucker's Way (The Tucker Series Book 1)

Tucker's Way (The Tucker Series Book 1)

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Publication Date: Dec 09, 2014

4.6 (3,563 ratings)

The Woodcutter's Wife

The Woodcutter's Wife

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Publication Date: Jul 04, 2017

Literary Fiction

4.5 (950 ratings)

An Unexpected Frost (The Tucker Series Book 2)

An Unexpected Frost (The Tucker Series Book 2)

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Publication Date: Dec 09, 2014

4.7 (1,732 ratings)

David Johnson Interview

  • On 01, 03 2018

    David Johnson interview

    With a preacher for a father, author David Johnson moved around a lot as a child from Michigan to Alabama then to Tennessee. After writing a brief autobiography in the eleventh grade called “I the Nomad”, David was set on the writing path. David’s first work of fiction was Tucker’s Way. He self-published the first four books in the series and was later signed... read full interview

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