With the holiday book buying season upon us, Out West’s experts suggest four murder mysteries — three of them by Colorado authors.
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.
The folks at Old Firehouse Books in Fort Collins recommend “Even Though I Knew the End,” “Liberation Day” and “White Horse.”
Investigator Paul Holes’ “Unmasked” began as a deep dive on the Golden State Killer. But then it took an introspective turn.
“Unmasked” author Paul Holes’ memoir recounts his years investigating horrific and confounding high-profile cases, often at the expense of his family.
For some spooky Halloween delight, the folks at Out West Books recommend “Trail of Lightning,” “Boneshaker” and “Cold as Hell.”
The folks at Poor Richard’s Books in Colorado Springs suggest “The Alpha Female Wolf,” “Henry Hamlet’s Heart” and “In a Land of Awe.”
The folks at BookBar in Denver suggest “Damnation Spring,” “Falling” and “Lucy by the Sea” as some new books you might find enjoyable.
Bookstore owner Marya Johnston recommends uniquely Colorado Western fiction selections “Eclipse,” “The Dog Stars” and “The Meadow.”
The book tenders at BookBar in Denver recommend “Carrie Soto Is Back,” “Such a Quiet Place” and “Fake Accounts.”