Here are some of our local authors and books of local interest. These selections are updated monthly, so be sure to check back!
Years after the Crisis, Kate, Eric, and their two children are living their ideal lives in Tier 1: society's top tier, reserved for the most genetically viable individuals. Their world is turned upside down when a life-changing discovery unexpectedly tears Eric away from his family. Kate and Eric become impossibly caught between losing their life together but embracing their roles in altering the course of history, or choosing each other.
ON THIS DAY...Let this insightful book help you navigate the daily journey to self-satisfaction, inner peace and joy as you sift through the scripts of you life with calmness and an open heart. Focus on the positive intangibles of Trust, Honor, Compassion, Hope, Soulfulness and Spirituality...Let Happiness Seek You!
An engaging and wise tale about the search for healing, connection and meaning. Read it aloud to your child, and the child within you, and it will resonate with those lonely, yearning, searching, and hopeful places of the human heart.
LIONS OF THE DESERT is the 2019 Winner of the National Indie Excellence Awards for Military Fiction and a Finalist for the American Fiction Awards in Historical Fiction. Based on newly discovered historical documents it retells the true story of the 1941-1942 WWII Desert War in North Africa and Operation Condor made famous in the book and film "The English Patient." LIONS OF THE DESERT is a gripping and timeless tale of WWII espionage, romance and derring-do in the North African Desert.
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Set in the waning days of the 13th century in what we now call the American Southwest, Soyala: Daughter of the Desert paints a brilliantly imagined depiction of a small Puebloan clan's struggle. Beset by societal turmoil and personal tragedy, they are forced to abandon their homeland and seek an unknown future. Based in the archaeological record the novel plays out in the land of sage, sun and sandstone.
An intelligent legal thriller. Disorder is an impressive debut set within the richly detailed backdrop of New Orleans. Katz's expertise shines as he describes the preparation for trial and the chess match that ensues between judge, prosecutors and the defense all of which holds the reader's interest through the trials conclusion. Katz also effectively weaves in the themes of our country's sometimes woeful treatment of veterans and the broken student loan system. –Sara Gallespie, Boulder, Co
Set in the Colorado Foothills, these stories recount the true life of the author, windows into the colorful and often humorous life of day-to-day ranching over the last fifty years. This is also a powerful tale of love and commitment between two people, threading its way through all these events.
A Girl Named Trink is a personal account of Kate Rubadue growing up in an affluent family and experiencing various types of trauma in both her childhood and adulthood. Kate's memoir is both heart-wrenching and inspiring as she shares her journey through adversity towards healing."
A hunter-gatherer child is enslaved among the obsidian masters at Catalhoyuk, a mysterious site in central Turkey that housed 8,000 people in 6350 BC. As he moves from the open wilderness that sheltered his people into the white plastered chambers that surround the townsfolk, he becomes acutely aware of the differences in how the people in each of these two worlds live and die - and what they hold dear.
In a fast-paced, historical, legal drama that travels to Colombia; Alaska; and back to Colorado, this third novel in the Schreiber Series explores the bigotry that led to Prohibition and Denver mobsters; describes the botany behind a date-rape drug; and weaves it all into a gripping tale about a Boulder lawyer's legal battle with a serial rapist.
A con artist uses a three-hundred-year-old law to scam his closest friends out of their home. In a legal drama steeped in death, destruction and duplicity, Ernest Schreiber tries to do the next to impossible on behalf of his beleaguered clients—change the law that allowed this to happen and get their home back. His chances are slim to none, especially since another lawyer tried the case, and Ernest is left with only the appeal. Looming in the background are backdoor deals and deep prejudices that make next to impossible even more difficult.