What are some books Danielle Steel wrote?


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As of 2015, books by Danielle Steel include "Prodigal Son," "Power Play," "A perfect Life" and "Until the End of Time." Other titles she has authored include “Country,” “Pegasus,” “Winners” and “First Sight.”

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Danielle Steel has well over 100 works to her credit, including 93 novels. She has written 17 children’s books, including “Pretty Minnie in Paris,” “Max's Daddy Goes to the Hospital,” “The Happiest Hippo In The World” and “Freddie’s First Night Away.” Notable works of nonfiction include “His Bright Light: The Story of Nick Traina,” “A Gift of Hope: Helping the Homeless,” “Pure Joy: The Dogs We Love” and “Coming Out.” Steel's book of poetry, “Love: Poems,” revolves around the special people and acquaintances in her life and include “Boat Come In, Tide Go Out,” “On the Riverbank,” Crash into my Life” and “Recapture the Dream.”

An American novelist, Danielle Steel is an international bestselling author who has sold over 650 million copies of her book, while being published in 69 countries and 43 languages. She often writes multiple books each year, themed around wealthy families in crisis who are surrounded by aspects of jail, blackmail and death. All of her books are bestsellers, and many have been adapted for television, including “Family Album,” “The Ring,” “No Greater Love” and “Heartbeat.”

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