As a Southwest fiction fan I was delighted with Sycamore, a suspenseful, hot-off-the-press novel set in Arizona's high desert. Author Bryn Chancellor, who knows the landscape well, has created a setting so evocative that readers can feel the intense summer heat and smell the approaching monsoon. Jess Winters was just 17 years old when she went […]Read More from New Fiction for Fans of Southwest Suspense
In 1976 Gerald Ford was president of the United States, Steve Jobs started the Apple Computer Company, gasoline cost $0.56 a gallon, and the Arizona Daily Star presented a holiday shopping list of recommended Southwest books. With this, our 2016 edition, Southwest Books of the Year marks 40 years of connecting readers with the best […]Read More from Happy Anniversary to Us! ~Southwest Books of the Year
Cheers! Chill evening breezes have cooled the fiery deserts, there’s snow on the mountains and the year has drawn to a close: it’s time to look back on the many books that came our way in 2015. The days have been full of great reading – more than 180 Southwest-oriented titles crossed our desk this […]Read More from The Year’s Best in Southwest Books
We enjoy warm sunny days, night skies ablaze with stars and a wealth of great literature about the unique place we call home. Make the most of our good fortune! Pull up a comfortable chair, throw another log on the fire and let us tempt you with some of this year’s best Southwest reading. The […]Read More from Southwest readers have all the luck!