Monthly Archives: April 2011

Leighton Rockafellow Author- FINAL OPTION


by Leighton Rockafellow

After narrowly escaping justice in a desperate dash to Mexico in Leighton Rockafellow’s previous novel IMMACULATE DECEPTION, Lindy Roller is back in this latest installment of the pulse-pounding series, featuring the Tucson attorney and his partner, Bill Wilson. And this time Lindy is the hired killer for drug lord Juan Pacheco. As Ross struggles to put a stop to the mayhem caused by the reckless surgeon, keep his severly injured client in check, and chase the trail of money as it hemorrhages out of the hospital’s coffers, Lindy becomes the wild card, plunging into the midst of it all, with a contract to kill and vengeance on her mind.

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Leighton Rockafellow has practice personal injury law in Tucson, Arizona for thirty-seven years. He has been accepted to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States, was named one of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers in Arizona, and has been named among the Southwest Super Lawyers. He lives with his wife, Millie, and has three adult children: Eve, Leighton, Jr. and Lisa. This is Leighton’s third novel of legal suspense.

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by Dr. Erik Eriksson

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Tate Publishing & Enterprises


Fr. Papandreou reminded the conference of the question which had bothered the ‘composer’ so much. ‘Had he been talking to Beethoven in heaven? If not, to whom was he talking?’

The western bishop could not contain himself any longer. ‘So now the walking dead are targeting the walking living and giving them ready-made symphonies announcing the end of the world, in this case written by Beethoven but not before he died. You must be joking! Where do you get this from? Even the inspector sounds now like he is losing it.’

All over the world people are buzzing about a symphony that seems divinely inspired. But even more intriguing is the statement made by the conductor that he didn’t use any music to direct the orchestra. Charged with investigating the mystery for the the Times newspaper, Inspector Michael Lewis travels across the world to engage in a summit discussion about the source of the mystical piece of music. Join author Dr. Erik Eriksson for a spiritual epiphany of historic proportions, and the profound impact of Beethoven’s Tenth Symphony.

184 pages – $12.99 (paperback)

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Linda M. Hasselstrom, Gaydell Collier & Nancy Curtis Editors CRAZY WOMAN CREEK WOMEN REWRITE THE AMERICAN WEST


edited by Linda M. Hasselstrom, Gaydell Collier & Nancy Curtis

Houghton Mifflin/Mariner . Trade Paperback . $14 . 0-618-24933-8

New from the editors who brought you LEANING INTO THE WIND & WOVEN ON THE WIND

LEANING INTO THE WIND & WOVEN ON THE WIND available in both hardcover and trade paperback. At your local bookstores. All books also available by mail from: Backpocket Books, RR364 Farrall Rt., Sundance, Wy 82729 (email: or visit


From “Hallelujah and a Show of Hands” to “Cowgirl Up, Cupcakes,” 153 women living in the west write of ways they sustain their communities. A woman chooses horse work over housework; neighbors pull together to fight a wildfire, a woman rides a donkey across Colorado to raise funds for kids. Writers recall connections found at a powwow, in a sewing circle, among rodeo moms. Lively, enduring, heartfelt, CRAZY WOMAN CREEK celebrates communities.

“A wonderful variety of perceptive, clearly written snapshots of life lived at its fullest… Reading CRAZY WOMAN CREEK made me feel better about the world.”- Ann Zwinger, BEYOND THE ASPEN GROVE

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Helen McGee Author- IKKY DIKKY DAK


by Helen McGee

illustrated by Karl Kaltenborn

In “Ikky Dikky Dak,” our Imaginations soar with the tiny character of Googler, who can make us small, make us laugh, and take us to places we never dreamed of going! These unforgettable stories by Helen McGee, brilliantly illustrated by Norwegian artist Karl Kaltenborn, will be treasured by children, their parents, their grandparents, and generations to come.

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Myles, Scarlett, and Preston Gallagher Authors- THE BRAYER RANCH


by Myles, Scarlett, and Preston Gallagher

Where Sweet Pea Stories Come To Life

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The Brayer Ranch is located in Southern Arizona at the edge of the Saguaro National Park and at the foot of the Tucson Mountains.

The Brayer Ranch is home to the Gallagher family and all their pets. Three of the Gallagher children have written, illustrated, and published three books about their pet donkey and her friends.

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Paul McEuen Author- SPIRAL


by Paul McEuen

Rave Review from Mysterious Galaxy

“March 1946. The war’s over but for the shouting. Young scientist is called to the Pacific, and away from decommissioning the German chemical and germ warfare program. Witnesses nuclear blast and thwarts plot to unleash a doomsday weapon.

“Flash forward to today. Scientist is now in his mid-eighties and most beloved professor at Cornell University. His sixty-odd-old chickens have come home to roost. Now it’s up to his young collegue and his granddaughter to save the world. Fungus and plague and nanotechnology, oh my!

“SPIRAL! reads like a movie: visual detail, vivid characters, cutting-edge tech, and a page-turning plot. It you miss Michael Crichton as much as I do, give Paul McEuen Saturday afternoon. You won’t be sorry. The Dial Press, $25.00. Signed copies available- reserve yours now.”- PMH

Mysterious Galaxy
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San Diego, Californa 92111
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Luis Alberto Urrea Author- MR. MENDOZA’S PAINTBRUSH


by Luis Alberto Urrea

Yes, who is this Mr. Mendoza?

Good question. There’s not much that we can confirm outside of his controversial claim to being the graffiti king of Mexico. But the best way to find out more is to grab a copy of MR. MENDOZA’S PAINTBRUSH (ISBN 978-1-933693-23-1, $17.95). Luis Alberto Urrea (INTO THE BEAUTIFUL NORTH, THE HUMMINGBIRD’S DAUGHTER, THE DEVIL’S HIGHWAY) wrote the story and artist Christopher Cardinate adapted it into this remarkable graphic novel. Get it now!

“Who does Mr. Mendoza think he is?”

“I’ll tell you! I’m Mendoza, that’s who!”

“But who- or what- are you!”


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