J.A. Baxter is not who he seems. After high school he takes a new name and makes himself into a high-dollar Texas oil man. But when he accidentally kills his trophy wife in a way that looks like murder, he resumes his original identity and hides in Pagosa Springs, Colorado.
When he... (learn more about this book)
Tuwa wants little more than to crush the man, Pók, who killed his mother and grandfather and subjects his Anasazi Indian society to a form of terrorism that ultimately hastens its mysterious collapse four hundred years before Europeans arrived in North America. He can do it only with the help of... (learn more about this book)
What was life like for the Anasazi Indians of the Four Corners area of the United States a thousand years ago? What took the attention of their daily lives? What forces compelled them to act? Now you can walk in their yucca sandals as you read “The Witchery of Flutes” and forty-six other... (learn more about this book)
It’s a quirky romance. An athletic fantasy. A mystery of identity over the ages. A spine-tingling race to the finish. Anasazi Runner: a novel of identity and speed is told from the perspective of Coach Jesse, a retired history teacher and reluctant running coach. Here’s his voice: # # # The... (learn more about this book)
What will petroleum be worth after we use up the easy reserves?
It’s the year 2349 and American society has remade itself to run off of sustainable energy. But they’ve also found that crude oil contains something so magical and useful it’s one of the most valuable substances on the... (learn more about this book)
Despite his powerful heritage that linked him to the Aztecs of Central Mexico, even the Anasazi of ancient New Mexico, Arturo was a desperate man. He hadn’t had paying work in months.
When Erik approached him, Arturo saw the warning signs. An aura of violent colors around the man burned... (learn more about this book)
He waited outside the window until he saw what he wanted. What he needed. What he felt entitled to.
Then he escalated. Broke in through the window. Crept through the house while the young daughter slept, while the pretty young mother showered.
Inside her house without her knowing, he... (learn more about this book)
Samuel Langhorne Serles lived up to his name by being curious about everything to the point that he never developed a direction to his life. He loved the philosophical realms of science and math, but he loved solo backpacking along the Rocky Mountain spine even more. Then he met a... (learn more about this book)
This sixpack of short stories includes these titles: 1. "Girl on a Rock": A disfigured girl who hides in the wilderness near Pagosa Springs, Colorado. 2. "The One-Hundredth Goliath": A talented sculptor carves a giant Goliath to rival Michelangelo’s original David. 3. "The Pump Jack Potion":... (learn more about this book)
At age ninety-two, the last surviving player from Super Bowl XXI in 1987, Carl decides to win the New York Marathon or die trying.
And that’s exactly what he does. In front of the world’s cameras, he crashes to the ground, finished. But his hat doesn’t stay finished. Runner after runner... (learn more about this book)