In “Striking Range,” the seventh Mattie Cobb mystery, author Margaret Mizushima launches a cold-case investigation that hits close to home for her protagonist.
In “Striking Range,” author Margaret Mizushima continues to weave the thread of Deputy Mattie Cobb’s past into her narrative. Babies, and puppies, were her agent’s idea.
The folks at BookBar in Denver have recommended four books aimed at readers of varying ages and interests, from middle grade to adult.
“Rise of the Red Hand,” the young adult novel by Olivia Chada, seeks to put the threats posed by climate change into a global context through science fiction/fantasy.
When she wrote “Rise of the Red Hand,” author Olivia Chadha tried two different genres before she settled on a sci-fi-/fantasy world of YA fiction.
With the holiday book buying season upon us, Out West’s experts suggest four murder mysteries — three of them by Colorado authors.
Jennifer Koshatka Seman’s scholarly history examines the impact of 19th-century faith healing practices and radical politics of two curanderos in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands.
Author Jennifer Seman had to dig deep for documents referencing her two main characters, who left little in terms of primary documents for “Borderland Curanderos.”
The folks at Poor Richard’s Books in Colorado Springs recommend “Nose Dive,” “Wild New World” and “How to Sit” for your next great read.
Denver BBQ expert Adrian Miller noticed Blacks were conspicuously absent from media coverage of the culinary craft. His third book on food culture gives them their due.