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Leslie Doran

‘Go As A River’ a gem for Colorado history buffs

“Go As A River” is the debut novel by Shelley Read, a fifth-generation Coloradan. And what a story this is! Drawing on her family’s history in Colorado, Read crafts a stunning, unique and ti...

Graham back with new National Park Mystery

Local author Scott Graham has written his eighth National Park Mysteries with the new release of “Saguaro Sanction.” The adventure begins in late October in Saguaro National Park in Arizona...

New C.J. Box novel will keep readers guessing

Writing a review of C.J. Box’s newest Joe Pickett novel, “Storm Watch,” is a little déjà vu in the middle of our own winter storm. As this 23rd Pickett novel opens in March, Joe is attempti...

‘Shutter’ a gritty debut paranormal mystery

“Shutter,” a debut novel by Ramona Emerson, is a standout example of a mystery subset called paranormal mystery. This group of mysteries can involve witches, angels, psychics, vampires, medi...

Book ideas for busy Santas

Know a young reader? Here are some gift suggestions

‘Stone Desert’ an homage to special part of Southwest

The 2022 rerelease of “Stone Desert: A Naturalist’s Exploration of Canyonlands National Park” by Craig Childs includes the actual pages from his original journal. Originally published in 199...

C.J. Box returns with new Cassie Dewell story

Wyoming author C.J. Box has recently released “Treasure State,” his fifth Cassie Dewell novel. The title is a clever double entendre because one of Montana’s nicknames is the Treasure State,...

Local author Chuck Greaves returns with new mystery

Regional author Chuck Greaves recently released “The Chimera Club,” his fourth novel in the Jack MacTaggart mystery series. The previous three MacTaggart books have all been finalists for aw...

Craig Johnson back with new novel, ‘Hell and Back’

Imagine waking up, on your back, snow covering your face with your coat frozen to the pavement in the middle of an unfamiliar rural road. Thus begins “Hell And Back,” by prolific and popular...

Blake Crouch’s new novel an unsettling look into future

Author will be at El Moro on Sunday for early release, signing of ‘Upgrade’

Hillerman’s new book a welcome addition to series

Author will be at Maria’s Bookshop in Durango, Farmington Public Library

Instead of banning ‘Maus,’ take opportunity to learn from it

A lot of talk and action has been going on in the United States recently about banning “inappropriate” books. The graphic novel “Maus” by Art Spiegleman, first published in book form in 1986...