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A murder and time travel set the stage for “Charlie Fiction,” a ghost with revenge on her agenda

A teen boy in love with the victim finds himself pursuing justice, while also in the cross hairs of the killer

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A K-9 detective does his job well, which means Deputy Mattie Cobb has another mystery on her hands

In this edition of her ongoing series, author Margaret Mizushima introduces us to the grisly discovery that raises a multitude of questions

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That time a Colorado comic took a Hollywood meeting armed with indifference

In "Tragedy Plus Time," the prologue recounts the emotional conflict when professional success arrives in the wake of personal loss

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The roots of the Gold King Mine disaster run deeper than the river it polluted

In "River of Lost Souls," author Jonathan Thompson explores disparate forces -- including labor strife -- that ultimately led to missteps that tainted the Animas River

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SunLit: Author drew inspiration for novel from dream flirtation, real-life bone cancer battle

It took 10 years, and a lot of "cry-typing," for Sara Jade Alan to bring her young adult fiction to life

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SunLit: The awkward, wonderful, mortifying moment when a high school improv performance takes an unexpected turn

In "A Messy, Beautiful Life," improvisational comedy leads the book's protagonist into an embarrassing on-stage connection -- before a packed theater

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Scarred by war, a young woman comes home to Denver to find her life an ashen void

The anthology "Blood Business" tracks the underbelly of human nature through "the muck of our lesser angels" in 27 crime stories -- including this one of embezzlement, murder and despair

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As author David Hicks wrote “White Plains,” the narrative got uncomfortably personal

In a story with autobiographical underpinnings, imagine writing a chapter -- honestly -- from the point of view of your ex-wife