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.
Silvia Pettem’s fascination with women who had disappeared into history led to her research for “In Search of the Blonde Tigress.”
In “A Light in the Forest,” author Melissa Payne reunites a young mother and an object she recognizes from cryptic childhood photos.
Melissa Payne’s novel “A Light in the Forest” began with a single character who ultimately pulled the author in an unanticipated direction.
In “Deep Waters of Destiny,” Palmer, the thriller’s protagonist, launches on a mission to disrupt the business ambitions of a huge new international drug cartel.
In “Deep Waters of Destiny,” author Pete Carlson explores one character’s discovery of his biological family — which the author based on a true story.
The staff from Park Hill Community Bookstore in Denver recommends two international dramas and a what-if about dogs with human intelligence.
The staff at The Bookies Bookstore in Denver recommends an adult mystery/fantasy and two great stories — and some great illustrations — for kids.
The staff of Explore Booksellers in Aspen recommends a unique Silicon Valley novel, a ghost story and a time-travel mix of sci-fi and satire.
Historian Flint Whitlock helped close friend Joe Guennel tell his story that began in Nazi Germany, spanned work as a U.S. interrogator in World War II and led to pioneering soccer in Colorado.