“Rough Ride,” the first in Paulla Hunter’s series of Darcy Moreland adventures, begins with a harrowing incident that triggers an investigation amid Cheyenne’s annual rodeo celebration.
For November, the staff from Out West Books in Grand Junction recommends a sci-fi rom-com, an Indiana Jones-type adventure and a ghostly whodunit.
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.
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.”
Author Chuck Greaves’s “The Chimera Club,” a continuation of the Jack MacTaggart mystery series, introduces a suspect making a deal in spite of an airtight alibi.
Chuck Greaves missed his protagonist from his mystery series, and so the latest Jack MacTaggart novel was born. Not exactly L.A. Noir, Greaves sets it in the evocative locale of the city’s Chinatown.
Aaron Klass, the writer and director of the play, runs a museum out of his Longmont home, and also mines for gold.
In “Striking Range,” the seventh Mattie Cobb mystery, author Margaret Mizushima launches a cold-case investigation that hits close to home for her protagonist.
In “Striking Range,” author Margaret Mizushima continues to weave the thread of Deputy Mattie Cobb’s past into her narrative. Babies, and puppies, were her agent’s idea.