Denise Sutherland was born in Melbourne, Australia in 1964. She has always been fascinated with puzzles, and started to teach herself how to write them as a child. Murder mysteries, non-fiction, and comedies are her favourite genres to read. Since 2009 she has written four titles in the For Dummies series, and been technical editor on three Dummies titles for Wiley. She has also written five … Read more
A Guide for Adults with Hip Dysplasia
Bought this for my daughter who has had hip replacement surgery on both hips. She has devoured it and calls me often with great finds she has read. It has answered her questions and addressed her doubts (something her doctors couldn't do), given her insight and helped her tremendously in understanding her limitations as well as given her the benefit of knowing she's in a minority, but she's not alone. It has given her hope and encouragement. A wonderful find. Thank you! — Maxine C.
The Patient's Guide to Neurosarcoidosis
I just finished "The Patient's Guide to NeuroSarcoidosis". I want to thank Denise for writing such an informative book about neurosarc while putting into beautiful, concise words what patients and their families go thru. I also want to thank each patient who shared their personal experience with the disease.— Marty Wainwright
Solving Cryptic Crosswords For Dummies
.. let me just say that I really like this author's style of clue writing. Her clues are smooth and creative, not awkward and clumsy like some. If you're brand new to cryptic crosswords, then I'm sure you'll love this book. — Kerrabella
Unfolds the mysteries of understanding and solving cryptic crosswords in a way that makes the reader feel clever about themselves. Encouraging, easy to follow, yet challenging. This is the book to get if you are even remotely interested in this topic. Unsurpassed with its explanations and the way it gently but firmly leads the puzzler into the dark realm of cryptic crosswords. — Vic