The staff at Out West Books in Grand Junction recommends “Geology Underfoot,” “Go As a River” and “City of Gold” — three books that lend a unique perspective on the landscape and life on Colorado’s Western Slope.
The staff at Poor Richard’s Books in Colorado Springs recommends a time-travel mystery, a deep dive into the San Luis Valley and a story of childhood love and loss.
The staff at Old Firehouse Books in Fort Collins recommends a lesbian spy story, a primer on making friends with death and a novel full of hope.
The volunteers at the Park Hill Community Bookstore recommend two companion volumes on geography plus a Coretta Scott King Book Award winner.
The folks at Aspen’s Explore Booksellers recommend a page-turner mystery, nuanced short stories about men and women and a remarkable collection of poetry.
Out West Books owner Marya Johnston suggest four books: a Chinese family history plus three others that delve into Chinese culture — and lots of food — to celebrate the Lunar New Year.
Poor Richard’s Books in Colorado Springs recommends a compendium of phobias, essays on music and culture and a book of insights about trees.
Folks at Old Firehouse Books in Fort Collins offer a debut from an acclaimed author, a look at how to make cities liveable and a classic dark fantasy.
The folks at Denver’s BookBar offer a tale of a notorious manuscript, a novel about the lifespan of a mystery and a gay romance collection.
This week’s recommendations from Out West Books in Grand Junction feature a chilling adventure, a search for the Nile and a Christmas story.