In Claire Ibarra’s novel “Fragile Saints,” dreams and memories mingle as a woman recounts a visit to her Peruvian family that triggers reflection and revelation.
Kathy Taylor’s short story “Tree of the Little Hands” describes a couple carving out a life and a family — in the shadow of a tree.
In “Undercover Outlaw,” author Gini Rifkin’s steamy Western romance, the two heroes finally give in to longing — but there’s a wrinkle in their anticipation.
Poor Richard’s Books in Colorado Springs recommends a compendium of phobias, essays on music and culture and a book of insights about trees.
In “Colorado Phantasmagorias,” author Joan Jacobson imagines the state’s historical difference makers transported to the present day.
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.
In Jeanette Minniti’s historical novel, “The Only Way Home,” a 15-year-old boy’s noble effort to provide for his widowed mother hits a snag in Georgia.
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.”