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Southwest Journal By Katherine Yamashita
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This is an art photography monograph of the deserts and canyonlands of the American Southwest accompanied by creative non-fiction text documenting a 1600 mile desert journey.
Southwest Journal By Katherine Yamashita
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This is an art photography monograph of the deserts and canyonlands of the American Southwest accompanied by creative non-fiction text documenting a 1600 mile desert journey.
The Sheriff of Badger: A Tale of the Southwest Borderland By George Pattullo
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Turned Up By Darren Cifarelli
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Turned Up By Darren Cifarelli
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The Trouble in Aragon Valley By CJ Carroll
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Aragon Valley, 1965, somewhere in southern New Mexico, not too far from El Paso, Texas and the border between the U.S. and Mexico, arose out of the mist that hovered above the river each morning in... More > the cleft of Gray Mountain and knocked at the doors and windows of my mind. The story is fiction, or is it? Suspense filled romance, character driven novel.< Less
The Will and Diana Adventures By Ann Pino
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A collection of speculative flash fiction stories about life in a secessionist American Southwest in a resource-poor future. These stories accompany the novel "My New-Found Land," also... More > available at Lulu.< Less
The Will and Diana Adventures By Ann Pino
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A collection of speculative flash fiction stories about life in a secessionist American Southwest in a resource-poor future. These stories accompany the novel "My New-Found Land," also... More > available at Lulu.< Less
Indigo Dreams By Judith Stough
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Indigo Dreams is a work of fiction whose theme relies on certain events occurring in one family living in southwest Virginia in the late 1800's and early 1900's. The book seeks to highlight certain... More > cultural mores and customs of that time period, demonstrating how these events affect and mold the character of Jerusha Branham, a young girl who finds herself without parents or direction at the age of sixteen. The impact of one parent killing the other is the catalyst for all else that follows.< Less
Lizard’s Kill: A Tale of Treasure and Terror in the Kingdom of New Mexico By Pamela Christie
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It’s 1788 in the Kingdom of New Mexico~ A primitive map of incalculable value emerges ~ Nando, ordered to get the map home, rides hell-bent for the north. Spain’s might bears down on the... More > man who carries the elusive document. Who will be first to plunder New Mexico’s treasure? “Tony Hillerman meets Umberto Eco’s The Name of the Rose. Pam Christie continues her 18th Century New Mexico mysteries in Lizard’s Kill. A crafty, entertaining blend of a who-done-it and historical fiction.” ---Johnny D. Boggs, Spur Award-winning author of Northfield and Camp Ford “Pam Christie’s newest book brings New Mexico history to life with a wonderful dose of imagination, plenty of action and unique characters that demand your attention from beginning to end. Well done!” ---Anne Hillerman, author of Spider Woman’s Daughter< Less