Poor Richard’s Books in Colorado Springs recommends a compendium of phobias, essays on music and culture and a book of insights about trees.
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.
These wide-ranging recommendations from staff at Poor Richard’s Books in Colorado Springs point us toward an outsider’s view of America, the history of the clothes we wear and a clever mystery.
If you love science fiction and fantasy, these three selections from Old Firehouse Books will check all the boxes — “Legends & Lattes,” “This Is How You Lose the Time War” and “Even Though I Knew the End.”
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.”
The folks at Denver’s BookBar recommend “Sisterhood of Sleuths,” “Dear Senthuran: A Black Spirit Memoir” and “White Horse: A Novel.”
For some spooky Halloween delight, the folks at Out West Books recommend “Trail of Lightning,” “Boneshaker” and “Cold as Hell.”