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SunLit Interview: Scott Graham’s multicultural characters define National Park tales

In "Canyonlands Carnage," a diverse family becomes involved with the deadly rafting trip that threatens the protagonist

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SunLit Excerpt: In “Canyonlands Carnage,” river mishaps raise suspicion

Scott Graham's seventh National Park mystery features conflicts over water use playing out over the course of a deadly rafting trip

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SunLit Excerpt: “The Entrepreneur’s Weekly Nietzsche” offers philosophical view of business culture

Co-authors Dave Jilk and Brad Feld examine entrepreneurial models through the lens of quotes from philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche

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Suggestions from the staff at Out West Books for your next great read

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SunLit Interview: For Dave Jilk and Brad Feld, philosophy mirrors business

The co-authors of "Entrepreneur's Weekly Nietzsche" didn't write a how-to for entrepreneurs so much as they encouraged deeper thinking

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What the staff at Poor Richard’s Books suggests for your next great read

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SunLit Interview: In the tale of a union trailblazer, Jane Little Botkin found a story that still resonates

For "The Girl Who Dared to Defy," the author dug deep into the history of the woman who engineered an uprising among Denver housemaids

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SunLit Excerpt: “The Girl Who Dared to Defy” galvanized Denver’s domestic mutiny

Jane Little Botkin's historical work traces the impact of Jane Street's Denver "housemaid rebellion" in the wake of the Ludlow Massacre

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SunLit Interview: KM Merritt sought humor with heart for her heroes with disabilities

In "Magic and Misrule" the fantasy author continues her mission of exploring characters who, like herself, are "a little different"

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What the staff at Old Firehouse Books suggests for your next great read

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SunLit Excerpt: In “Magic and Misrule,” an impromptu job fair draws mostly inept hero candidates

In this volume of her Mishap's Heroes fantasy series, author KM Merritt describes the search for brave fighters willing to take on an adventure

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SunLit Interview: For Ellen Weir Casey, “Unstoppable” offered a chance to educate

The question, “How’d you do that before the days of the internet?” made the author realize many people still know little about IVF

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SunLit Excerpt: “Unstoppable” recounts historic journey of Colorado’s first IVF mom

The mother of the state's earliest "test-tube baby" led the way toward groundbreaking reproductive health possibilities

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SunLit Interview: How a single line in a travel guide led EJ Levy to write “The Cape Doctor”

As the author toured Capetown, she continually heard the doctor's voice -- and it led to her novel exploring constructs of sex and gender

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SunLit Excerpt: An account of improbable cesarean success by “The Cape Doctor” introduces this historical novel

In EJ Levy's Colorado Book Award winner, the doctor based on a real-life figure encounters a woman dying in childbirth in 19th-century South Africa

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SunLit Interview: Jodi Bowersox’s deep research on schizophrenia shaped one of her characters

The author fleshed out a key player in "Red Rabbit on the Run" -- and then vetted the result with a medical expert

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