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The Hillerman Sky Award Finalist - Best Mystery that captures the landscape of the Southwest. Finalist for the 2012 NM-AZ Book Award in the Mystery / Suspense category. One Native American rock star sensation. Two men from her past want her dead. Three others will risk everything to keep her...
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One dead woman. A missing child.The diabolic father who will do anything to get his son back. The female cop who risks everything to keep the boy safe. CRESCENDO - Redemption with a Bullet As the only female Native American officer on the Bryson City, North Carolina police force, Inola Walela,...
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An epic and action-packed fantasy adventure that weaves together Norse legends, shadowy creatures and an unforgettable hero. When Peer is orphaned he is taken by his wicked uncles to live at their foreboding mill in the shadow of Troll Fell. Here he meets beautiful and spirited Hilde and after a...
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Gripping, suspenseful, magical, and richly atmospheric . . . Ilie Ruby's haunting debut novel, The Language of Trees, is exhilarating fiction that announces the arrival of a truly extraordinary storyteller. Echo O'Connell knows that the summer holds its secrets. They are whispered in the rustling...
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The life of a New York advertising executive, Llewellyn "Wolf" Smith, is turned inside out when he is forced to experience a Native American vision quest. Accused of murder after the experience, he confronts the damage done to family and friends by his former self.
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Arizona Game Ranger Madison Huntley, investigating a wild animal attack on a ranch in Cave Creek, discovers disturbing details. If she didn't know better, she'd say the legends frightening the ranch hand might be true. But Madison isn't just a wilderness cop. As a biologist and a wild life expert,...
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Soul of a People is about a handful of people who were on the Federal Writer's Project in the 1930s and a glimpse of America at a turning point. This particular handful of characters went from poverty to great things later, and included John Cheever, Ralph Ellison, Zora Neale Hurston, Richard...
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Blossom Sterling knows she's different. She was born with a veil, a thin membrane that covered her face, and gave her a special gift. But for Blossom, the gift is so much more. It is because of this supernatural inheritance, her life in the small town of Riddle Inn is in stark contrast to that of...
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A power awakens, a destiny begins When lightning strikes Barry Andrews as he hikes among petroglyphs in Albuquerque, the surge of energy awakens abilities he's carried since birth. Earth's fate is now tied to Barry's, and Barry's destiny is linked to the past. A thousand years ago, the ancestors...