The staff from Old Firehouse Books in Fort Collins recommends a ghostly novel, a comic’s memoir and a collection of dark Indigenous tales for your October reading.
Leanne Sparks’ novel “The Wrong Woman,” centered on child trafficking, begins at the home of a neighbor to a missing child, where clues lead to a shocking discovery.
Author Leanne Kale Sparks built “The Wrong Woman” around an FBI agent who reflected those she researched — and then set the story in her home state of Colorado.
The staff from Park Hill Community Bookstore in Denver recommends both engaging fiction and an award winning nonfiction book set right in the store’s neighborhood.
In “Hope Is Built,” Davalynn Spencer’s historical novel about the Cañon City region, mysterious deaths surround a coveted parcel of land.
As she folded regional lore into the latest edition of her Cañon City Chronicles, author Davalynn Spencer found that the famous bear Old Mose figured into “Hope Is Built.”
This week, the staff from The Bookies Bookstore in Denver recommends four books ranging from a novel of aspiring astronauts to a reimagining of slavery.
In Price Colman’s thriller, “Second Skin,” an all but immortal killer for hire contemplates the skills and mindset that prepared him since he was 12.
Author Price Colman learned early that every novel is a love story, even if he didn’t realize it while he was writing the mystery-thriller “Second Skin.”
Explore Booksellers in Aspen recommends a historical novel, poetry examining violence and philosophical perspectives on the universe.