A memorial service for Drusilla Campbell is scheduled for 11 am on November 29, 2014 at St. Paul’s Cathedral in San Diego, CA.

“Author Wrote About Rising Above Tragedy” — John Wilkens, San Diego Union-Tribune

“John Grisham meets Jodi Picoult.” –Booklist on In Doubt

“Campbell draws the reader into an ugly world in her excellent take on the many lines between right and wrong.” –RT Book Reviews on In Doubt

When She Came Home was a Finalist at the 20th Annual San Diego Book Awards.

“Like Barbara Delinsky, Campbell entertains as well as informs as she wraps a novel around a timely social issue. While many authors have tackled post-traumatic stress disorder in recent years, Campbell puts her own spin on it by telling a PTSD story from the point of a female Iraq War veteran…Plenty of contemporary food for thought” –Booklist on When She Came Home

“A heart-wrenching novel that deals with a number of important social issues, including the actions of private contractors in war, the treatment of women in the armed services, domestic violence and school bullying.” –Kirkus on When She Came Home

Read Sweet Thyme Baby for free!

Bone Lake is now available on Amazon for $2.99 on Kindle!

The Good Sister was named a Great Group Read by the Women’s National Book Association for National Reading Group Month.

The Good Sister won the Theodor S. Geisel Award at the 17th Annual San Diego Book and Writing Awards.