Dori Dalton has lived in Hawaii, Texas, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, and presently, New Mexico. She considers herself a "four
corners" native, and her love of the region and its people, folklore, and sacred sites are vividly captured in her poetic
writing style. Dori's desire to bring a true sense of place to readers prompted a trip to Ireland, and her experience of the
country's land and people is beautifully woven into her novel, The Shamrock and the Feather.
Dori has co-written articles for local magazines and newspapers, and currently works for The Bioneers, an internationally
recognized organization dedicated to promoting environmental and social restoration. Her second novel, a much awaited sequel
to The Shamrock and The Feather, is presently underway. The Daltons currently live in Santa Fe, New Mexico, with their two
cats, Bob and Fat Man.
The Shamrock and The Feather
New Age Thriller
7" x 9" paperback (with visionary soundtrack CD)
The Shamrock and The Feather is Dori Dalton's premiere novel and brings to life her knowledge and passion for photography,
the West, and mysticism. Her gift of storytelling is illustrative of her German-Irish heritage, and is deftly presented in
this epic novel where the lines between fact and fiction blur.
The Shamrock and The Feather is not your typical book. It is a breathtaking journey of people and places ignited through
word...and music! Together with her husband, acclaimed jazz pianist Bert Dalton, they have combined their creative talents
to produce this unique reading and listening experience that goes beyond the written word. For more information about the
Visionary Soundtrack that accompanies each novel, please visit: www.doridalton.com
Available for order through:
Crossquarter.com (publisher discounts offered to book clubs. See website for details)
Author signed copies and appearances:
Books are currently being signed at book talks/signings only, or exclusively from the author. In addition to signings
and speaking engagements. Dori is also available for book club discussions of the novel.