CHICANO ART OF OUR MILLENNIUM: COLLECTED WORKS FROM THE ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY
by Gary D. Keller, Mary Erickson, Pat Villeneuve, and others
photographers Craig Smith and Marilyn Szabo
Showcases more than 120 works of Chicano art and provides a good representation of the art movement for general readers and students. Created in part as a catalog of the 2004 exhibition of the same name, the book also contains teaching tools for Chicana/o art students of all ages.
199 pp. 9″x 12″ paper $35.00
Bilingual Review Press
HEALING STONES AND GARDENS
by Sherry Black & Everett Buss
The DVD’s breathtaking images of peaceful, flowering gardens and multidimensional stones transitioning in an artistic display of creation, accompanied by tranquil nature sounds, shifts the mind to right-brain thinking and frees us from anxiety and stress. Share the serenity by mailing the colorful 5″x7″ postcards or framing them.
$24.95 Paperback Includes DVD
Five Star Publications
by Kate Rhodes
Mysterious Galaxy Books Review
Are you a runner? Do you like London? Are you curious about how a serial killer’s mind works? If you answer yes to any of these question, then partner with psychologist Alice Quentin as she races through out England’s capital to discover a copycat torturer and killer of women. Six years ago, a couple … since apprehended … mutilated and murdered a baker’s dozen women. Now a copycat is using their methods to disfigure and destroy a new set of victims. although beset by her own family demons and trust issues, Quentin aids the police in profiling the murderer and discovers uncomfortable connections to her life and the people who inhabit it. Does she know the killer? After all, can it be coincidence that Quentin has stumbled over two of the bodies? Keep pace with Quentin as she solves her first crime and discovers unsettling truths about the people surrounding her life.- Adrean
Minotaur Books, $24.99