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Boy's Pond

by Warren J. Stucki Sunstone Press (April 01, 2014)

Suspended high above the desert floor like a hanged man dangling at the end of a rope, Shot Harry is detonated at exactly 5:05 a.m. on May 19, 1953. The predawn tranquility is butchered with three times the...

Mrs. Hudson in the Ring: Third in the Mrs. Hudson of Baker Street series

by Barry S. Brown Sunstone Press (February 01, 2014)

When Sherlock Holmes is goaded into a boxing match, his opponent, Sailor Mackenzie, loses both the bout and his life. All are convinced Mackenzie's death was a ring accident. All, that is, except the residents...

Maxwell Land Grant: Facsimile of 1942 Edition

by William A. Keleher Sunstone Press (January 15, 2008)

When the United States acquired New Mexico by invasion and conquest on August 15, 1846, it inherited a land grant problem of considerable magnitude. This problem continued for decades until 1870 when the United...

Memoirs, Episodes in New Mexico History, 1892-1969: Facsimile of 1969 Edition

by William A. Keleher Sunstone Press (April 15, 2008)

William A. Keleher always had an active curiosity and this made him an outstanding newspaperman and an indefatigable researcher of historical events. It led him into many intellectual adventures that resulted...

American Bread: Chronic Lyme Disease and the Tao of the Open Road

by Nick Vittas Sunstone Press (December 01, 2012)

This book chronicles the author's battles with Lyme disease over 14 years, as well as the cross-country adventures these battles inspired during times when he was healthy enough to travel. Taoist and Zen philosophies...

The Ravine: A Novel

by James Williamson Sunstone Press (September 15, 2012)

In 1958, thirteen year-old Harry Polk is looking forward to an idyllic summer spent visiting his Aunt Cordelia and Uncle Horace in Tuckalofa, Mississippi. Harry soon learns that beneath its placid surface, the...

The Family at Serpiente

by Raymond Tolman Sunstone Press (December 26, 2017)

In this first volume in The Serpent Trilogy, Penny Anderson, a high school junior, escapes an untenable home situation and flees across the country to join her Uncle and Aunt in Serpiente, New Mexico. The Navajo...

Beyond His Mercy

by Johnny Neil Smith & Susan Cruce Smith Sunstone Press (December 01, 2017)

The American Civil War claimed and destroyed lives, stealing fathers and sons from those they loved. The horror caused many returning to cry out for death. They carried the festering scars of battle and were...

The Rebirth of Gershon Polokov

by Mindy Littman Holland Sunstone Press (April 25, 2012)

What if we gave birth to future and past generations at the same time? Gershon Polokov feels a deep attachment to his great granddaughter, Sophie. He believes her to be the reincarnation of his deceased wife,...


by Kenneth Tetzel Sunstone Press (November 15, 2017)

An early morning assassination by an unknown sniper has a solitary witness, Beatrice. But she’s in shock and can’t identify the shadowy driver speeding away from the scene. Almost immediately, the small...

The Kollwitz Calamities

by Alessandra Comini Sunstone Press (November 15, 2017)

Two monumental granite statues by famed German artist Käthe Kollwitz—the Grieving Parents—have been stolen from a World War I soldiers’ cemetery in Belgium. What could the motive have been for such an...

The River Goddess and Other Stories

by Valentine McKay-Riddell Sunstone Press (November 15, 2017)

This collection follows a young girl as she comes into her power with the aid of a mysterious River Goddess, a number of helpful animals and non-human others, and a very old friend. Alyssa faces many dangers...

The Trail of the Silver Horseshoes

by Jiri Cernik Sunstone Press (November 15, 2017)

This collection of stories describes events or episodes in the life of a varied group of individuals during the most dramatic period of American history—the settlement of the American West. The reader will...

A Flash in Time

by Michael K. Shay Sunstone Press (November 15, 2017)

Forced to go on a hiking trip with his Uncle Jack, fourteen-year-old Zach Walker heads to the desert near Bluff, Utah to search for an ancient staircase—the same one Zach’s father was looking for when he...

Half-Past Winter

by Nancy Hopkins Reily Sunstone Press (November 15, 2017)

Nancy Hopkins Reily thought she knew everything she needed to know when she published I Am At An Age in 1990 at age fifty. She says, “I had compiled my life’s experiences with metaphors using the mountains...

Texas Tales

by Myra Hargrave McIlvain Sunstone Press (November 15, 2017)

These tales trace the Texas story, from Cabeza de Vaca who trekked barefoot across the country recording the first accounts of Indian life, to impresarios like Stephen F. Austin and Don Martín DeLeón who brought...


by Andrew Grof Sunstone Press (November 15, 2017)

Artists is a brilliant exploration of the world of art, past and present, and two of its contemporary practitioners. They are a father and son team, although ‘team’ is a misnomer, as the father is by far...

The Great American Turquoise Rush, 1890-1910

by Philip Chambless & Mike Ryan Sunstone Press (March 22, 2017)

The Great American Turquoise Rush was the period of the largest concerted effort to mine, process and market turquoise in the history of the United States. It started when traditional markets for the clear sky...

Georgia O'Keeffe, A Private Friendship, Part I

by Nancy Hopkins Reily Sunstone Press (February 01, 2017)

The time is 1887. From any window in Georgia O’Keeffe’s Sun Prairie, Wisconsin birthplace home she only saw the Wisconsin prairie with its traces of roads veering around the flat marshlands and a vast sky...

Not Walking On Water: The Most Improbable Spiritual Enlightening of a Computer Geek; A Novel

by James S. Reiley Sunstone Press (November 15, 2011)

Waking up to the idea that there may be more to the universe than he learned in Sunday School, Paul Bradley sets off to make sense of all manner of newly discovered spiritual notions. Fortunately he is guided...

A Patriotic Nightmare: A Tale of Domestic Terrorism

by Don E. Post Sunstone Press (November 15, 2011)

Darren Hopkins, a young, naïve international businessman without government experiences is hired as a research analyst with the President's National Security Committee and suddenly finds himself embroiled in...

You Can't Kill a Dead Man: A Vanessa Sterling Suspense Novel

by Fran Blacketer Sunstone Press (November 15, 2011)

Vanessa Sterling has abandoned the all consuming life of a Chicago corporate lawyer to begin a new life in the sleepy fishing village of Depoe Bay, Oregon. But a serious challenge arises when a long-lost son...

Wild Horses in My Blood: An 1890s Girlhood in New Mexico

by Eva Pendleton Henderson Sunstone Press (November 15, 2011)

Eva Pendleton Henderson, a member of the historical Chisum family, recounts her life on the windy border country of southern New Mexico in the 1890s when it was still a territory. Growing up in a time of legends-Pancho...

Turbulent Taos

by Den Galbraith Sunstone Press (November 15, 2011)

Revolutions, native conspiracies and subsequent insurrections, filthy mountain men sleeping on the dirt and wrestling with grizzlies, radical priests, belligerent American soldiers, betrayal, violence, early...

Children of Destiny: True Adventures of Three Cultures

by Jean M. Burroughs Sunstone Press (November 15, 2011)

The best way to know about history is to be part of it. The next best way is to read about it and come away feeling as if you had been part of the events and action. Jean Burroughs has selected twelve exciting...

The City Different and the Palace: The Palace of the Governors: Its Role in Santa Fe History; Including Jesse Nusbaum's Restoration Journals

by Rosemary Nusbaum Sunstone Press (November 15, 2011)

The year was 1909, and a youthful Jesse Nusbaum had resigned his teaching position at the Normal School at Las Vegas, New Mexico, and had ridden his "...four-horse-power, twin-cylinder, chain-belt-driven, two-speed...

When Husbands Die

by Shirley Reeser McNally Sunstone Press (November 15, 2011)

What happens to wives when husbands die? The quick answer is widowhood. The deeper truth is they are forced into a life change that has serious ramifications for themselves, their families, their friends and...

The Mirror in the River: A Novel of Suspense

by Dale Lovin Sunstone Press (November 15, 2011)

When a wealthy woman mysteriously disappears near Aspen, Colorado, former FBI Agent, Brad Walker, finds that his love of fly-fishing in remote mountain areas has planted him directly in the crosshairs of corrupt...

River of Stone, River of Sand: A Story of Medicine and Adventure

by Stephen C. Joseph Md Sunstone Press (November 15, 2011)

In 1964, newly-minted physician Stephen C. Joseph, just out of his internship, undertakes a two-year assignment as the Peace Corps Physician in Nepal. The job has two facets: responsibility for the health and...

Writings of an Eccentric Gypsy

by Sandra Lesser Sunstone Press (November 01, 2011)

Sandra Lesser says, "Writing is an art. My imagination took me to a place where I wanted to create something unusual which would include images connecting to and enhancing the beauty and depth of my writings....

Doris Fleeson: Incomparably the First Political Journalist of Her Time

by Carolyn Sayler Sunstone Press (November 01, 2011)

"She was my idol," said columnist Mary McGrory. McGrory, in writing of women, referred to Doris Fleeson as "incomparably the first political journalist of her time." Fleeson was, in fact, the first woman in...

Now Silence: A Novel of World War II

by Tori Warner Shepard Sunstone Press (November 01, 2011)

In this superbly researched WWII novel, award-winning writer, Tori Warner Shepard, captures the mood of remote Santa Fe, New Mexico as it waits out WWII for the return of her men held in Japanese prison camps....

Marmalade: Stories

by Elizabeth Muldrow Sunstone Press (November 01, 2011)

A black man retrieves his family history from the jumble of papers tenaciously guarded by an aged white cousin. Low income residents of an inner city apartment house rescue Santa from a balky elevator. Black...

Unconquered: A Novel of the Post-Civil War

by Johnny Neil Smith Sunstone Press (January 15, 2012)

After four years of bitter struggles and immeasurable cost in human lives and property, the armies laid down their weapons and the country was reunited. But there was a magnitude of problems emerging from the...

At the Rim: Selected Poems

by Bob Johnston Sunstone Press (January 15, 2012)

Bob Johnston is a retired petroleum engineer and translator. His published works include a number of papers in the scientific press and eight books translated from Russian. He waited until his sixtieth year...

Hillcountry Warriors

by Johnny Neil Smith Sunstone Press (January 15, 2012)

In the antebellum American South, a family who were among the first to enter east central Mississippi in the 1830s are forced into the Civil War despite their opposition to slavery. Many hardships in the unspoiled...

Bicycling Home: My Journey to Find God

by Virginia Mudd Sunstone Press (November 03, 2014)

Desperate to be free of a terrifying food addiction and driven by a terrible longing to find God, whomever and whatever that meant, Virginia began a ten-year journey that covered more than 10,000 miles by bicycle...

Turmoil In New Mexico, 1846-1868: Facsimile of 1952 Edition

by William A. Keleher Sunstone Press (November 15, 2007)

The vital history of New Mexico and Arizona during the formative years between the American Occupation and the coming of the railroad has been compressed by the author into one volume with hundreds of footnotes...

The Misadventures of a Single Woman

by Sara Jane Coffman Sunstone Press (November 01, 2011)

Sara Jane "Sally" Coffman, SWF, has suffered through blind dates, computer dates, disaster dates, and no dates. She has single-handedly organized a family reunion, planted grass in a drought, and had some of...

The Padre of Isleta: The Story of Father Anton Docher; Facsimile of the 1940 Edition

by Julia Keleher & Elsie Ruth Chant Sunstone Press (March 15, 2009)

Adolph F. Bandelier, Charles Fletcher Lummis, and Father Anton Docher are names closely associated with the early colonial days in New Mexico. All of these characters appear in this narrative of Isleta Pueblo...

The Fabulous Frontier, 1846-1912: Facsimile of 1962 Edition

by William A. Keleher Sunstone Press (March 15, 2008)

Recapturing the atmosphere of Territorial days, this 1962 extensively annotated edition of a Southwestern classic focuses on southeastern New Mexico, where "murder was a common offense" and stagecoach robberies...

Hunting for Hippocrates: A Novel

by Warren J. Stucki Sunstone Press (December 01, 2003)

Maybe it was an innocent mistake, or could it have been sabotage? Either way, Dr. Moe Mathis is in a mess. After obtaining a positive biopsy and performing radical prostate cancer surgery on his lover's father,...

Canyon Road

by A. P. Greenwood Sunstone Press (September 10, 2012)

Niels Larsen, a forty-year old Houston philanthropist is murdered late at night in southwest Santa Fe. Police find cocaine in his rental car, a nine millimeter gun in his hand, and officially report the crime...

The Real Billy the Kid: With new light on the LINCOLN COUNTY WAR; Facsimile of Original 1936 Edition

by Miguel Antonio Otero Sunstone Press (December 15, 2006)

Miguel Antonio Otero served as the first Hispanic governor of the U.S. Territory of New Mexico, from 1897 to 1906. He was appointed to the office by President William McKinley. Long after his retirement from...

Sagebrush Sedition: A Novel

by Warren J. Stucki Sunstone Press (June 18, 2008)

With world-class scenery, a brand-new National Monument and the rosy prospect of fat tourist dollars, you'd think the citizens of Southern Utah would be happy. But they're mad! Damn mad. To them the Grand Staircase/Escalante...

Violence in Lincoln County, 1869-1881: Facsimile of 1957 Edition

by William A. Keleher Sunstone Press (December 15, 2007)

Lincoln County, New Mexico was once one of the largest counties in the United States and was the setting for a famous feud which lit up the horizon of history. Here between 1869 and 1881 were all the explosive...

Endings: A Novel

by Barbara Bergin Sunstone Press (January 15, 2012)

Following a tragic accident, Leslie Cohen, MD, is driven to live the nomadic life of a "locum tenens" physician, moving from one temporary job to another, covering the practices of orthopedic surgeons while...

Growing Food In the High Desert Country

by Julie Behrend Weinberg Sunstone Press (January 15, 2012)

"Growing Food in the High Desert County" is a comprehensive gardening book with emphasis on growing vegetables. The author seeks to help the high desert dweller cope with the problems of raising plants in a...

The Healer: The Story of Francis Schlatter

by Norman Cleaveland Sunstone Press (January 15, 2012)

In most generations there appears a person, usually a man, who has authenticated powers of healing and who acts, often, as a kind of messiah. This is a person who by his or her charisma and personal magnetism...

Beside the Rio Hondo: A Memoir of Rural New Mexico

by Phaedra Greenwood Sunstone Press (January 15, 2012)

How can a lone female of "a certain age" take her last stand on a stony wedge of land in the mountains of Northern New Mexico? Will she find a job, learn to chop wood, be eaten by a bear or give it up and fall...