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Steel, Danielle Fernande Schuelein

Born: 1950 AD
Currently alive, at 70 years of age.
Nationality: American
Categories: Authors

1947 – Born on August 14th in New York City. An American roamnce novelist.

1962 – Graduated from Lycee Francais at age 15.

1967 – She wrote her first book at 20; her fourth was a bestseller and she has been a fixture on bestseller-lists ever since.

1979 – Married her second husband Bill Toth that lasted for three years.

1981 – Married her third husband John Traina that lasted for fifteen years.

1994-1996 – She was the author of the books "No Greater Love", "The Ring", "Full Circle", "Remembrance", "Vanished", "Zoya", "Mixed Blessings", "A Perfect Stranger", "Once in a Lifetime", and "Family Album".

         – She wrote the novels "The Gift", "Lightning", "Five Days in Paris", "Malice", "Silent Horror" and "The Ranch".

1998 – Married the venture capitalist, Tom Perkins on March 27th and lasted for a year.

         – Steel started The Nick Traina Foundation after publishing "His Bright Light: The story of Nick Traina", an account of hers son’s life and how Steel and her family children dealt with his disease.