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Leslie Doran

Former Durangoan tackles small-town life in debut novel

Clarren to discuss ‘Kickdown’ at Maria’s next week

Craig Johnson’s new book a departure

Depth of Winter a dramatic, forceful story

Chronicling the culinary world of the Navajo

‘Food Sovereignty’ offers recipes, history

New kids’ book explores country’s national parks

Local author releases first children’s book

Local’s mystery series returns

Scott Graham to release Yosemite Fall

Pure Land a book about murder, abuse, healing

Pure Land, the third book by award-winning journalist Annette McGivney, is a riveting read. It is a story that intertwines three lives brought together by savage violence. It all starts with...

Book review: The Disappeared

Joe Pickett is back in The Disappeared

Book review: The Spiritual Nature of Animals

‘Spiritual Nature’ documents extensive quest for knowledge

Book review: The Last Suppers serves up solid, surprising drama

In It is 1950s Louisiana, beyond hot and humid in the kitchen of Greenmount Penitentiary, the undisputed domain of Ginny Polk. The opening of The Last Suppers takes place in th...

Review: Best children’s books for Christmas

Wow! It’s that time of year again. Hopefully, Santa’s sleigh will be filled with books that will charm and engage young readers. Here are some stellar choices that will enchant all year long...

Take a journey with Durango author’s debut novel

San Juan Sunrise, a debut self-published novel by Edward Lehner, tells the story of Jenny Morse. Lehner, a local, also features Durango as an important character in Jenny’s story. It is alwa...

Review: Of Cartography adventurous, playful

Before even opening the pages of Esther Belin’s newest collection of poems, Of Cartography, the multi-talented artist/poet reveals hints about her intentions. Belin’s cover illustration depi...