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Thomas D. Clagett Author- THE PURSUIT OF MURIETA

THE PURSUIT OF MURIETA

by Thomas D. Clagett

A Western Novel by Santa Fe author Thomas D. Clagett

Available at: http://www.amazon.com

http://www.barnesandnoble.com

Visit Tom’s website at:

http://www.thomasdclagett.com

“A DRAMATIC, ACTION-PACKED RIDE … COMPELLING AND EXCITING.”- David Morrel, NEW YORK TIMES Bestselling Author of FIRST BLOOD

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Rosemary Zibart Author- TRUE BRIT- BEATRICE, 1940

TRUE BRIT- BEATRICE, 1940

by Rosemary Zibart-  Illustrator: George Lawrence

ISBN:978-1-932926-18-7MMM’412.95   212 pgs

In 1940, Beatrice Sims, a spoiled English girls arrives in Santa Fe to escape the war in London.  At first the twelve-year-old hates the dusty little town.  But soon Beatrice makes friends with goofy Arbella,  developes a crush on handsome Esteban and aids Ana, a shy Indian girl.  First accused of being”facta” stuck up, Beatrice learns to change tires, ride wild ponies and helps the public health nurse, Clementine Pope, rescue a sick baby on an Indian pueblo.

TRUE BRIT BEATRICE, 1940 was inspired by accounts of children who were sent to Santa Fe and elsewhere in the United States to escape the war in Europe.  The book is the first in a series titled FAR AND AWAY, which features young people displaced and relocated between 1939-1945.

Order from: Ingram Books, Baker & Taylor, or directly from the publisher.

Artemesia publishing

9 Mockingbird Hill Rd.

Tijeras, New Mexico  87059

g.habiger@artemesiapublishing.com

www,apbooks.net/beatrice.html

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Edward F. Mendez Author- ONE CALAMITOUS SPRING

ONE CALAMITOUS SPRING

by Edward F. Mendez

A NOVEL OF SANTA FE

Theodora Mercedes has deep Santa Fe roots but her focus is on the present and tomorrow, and not on where she looks, but in what she sees.  Making a better world, creating a stronger family, and paying attention to the universe that gives her life are where she puts her energies.  Theodora Mercedes was successful, until one April morning when she visits her sister in Albuquerque.  The springtime that follows is marked by disaster, murder, kidnappingun, unearthed family secrets, new-found loves, and spiritual crises.

Available everywhere books are sold.  Wholesale orders via ingramcontent.com

Published by Casa de Snapdragon LLC

120901 Bryce Avenue NE

Albuquerque, NM 87112

casadesnapdragon.com

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Kenneth Milton Chapman & Marit K. Munson- KENNETH CHAPMAN’S SANTA FE: ARTISTS AND ARCHAEOLOGISTS, 1907-1931: THE MEMOIRS OF KENNETH CHAPMAN

       KENNETH CHAPMAN’S SANTA FE: ARTISTS AND ARCHAEOLOGISTS, 1907-1931: THE MEMOIRS OF KENNETH CHAPMAN

      by Kenneth Milton Chapman and Marit K. Munson.       School for Advanced Research Press

      “Searching for better health, Chapman left the damp Eastern seaboard for New Mexico at age 25 in 1899.  In then-thriving Las Vegas, NM, he had the luck to be employed by Edgar Lee Hewett, president of the university there and a renowned anthropologist, archaeologist and preservationist.  Chapman soon moved to Santa Fe, where he spent most of his long life at the Museum of New Mexico and the Laboratory of anthropology.  In his 60s he began to write an authobiography, producing a mammoth manuscript that was never published.  Munson’s editing provides an excellent sense of Chapman’s entire life while focusing on those active years, age 32-57, during which Chapman’s antipahy for his former mentor and friend, the more famous Hewett, turns his text into a hostile diatribe about Hewett’s life and professional standards, which he deemed quite low.  Enjoyable reading about the era in which Santa Fe decided to become “the city different.” – W. David Laird

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David Farmer Author- WILLARD CLARK: PRINTER AND PRINTMAKER

      WILLARD CLARK: PRINTER AND PRINTMAKER

      by David Farmer.        Museum of New Mexico Press 

      “On his way to California, Clark hit Santa Fe in 1928 (remember what happened in 1919!) and decided to stay.  He weathered the Depression years as a commercial printer, but one with the artistic skills that allowed him to create handsome, multi-color illustrations for menus, sales brochures, and the like.  World War II changed that: he went to work for Los Alamos National Laboratory, where he stayed until he retired 40 years later.  He then picked up his wood-block cutting tools, bought other printing presses and began a second career as printer and printmaker.  Farmer give us a biography of both of those “printerly” years, supplying dozens of color and black-and-white illustrations of Clark’s style, which was perfectly suited to Santa Fre at that time, which was becoming ‘the city different.’  Handsome book, well-designed and beautifully printed.”- W. David Laird

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Peter Bernhardt Author- THE STASI FILE, Opera and Espionage: A Deadly Combination

The Stasi File by Peter Bernhadt  Opera and Espionage – A Deadly Combination

 

http://www.amazon.com/Stasi-File-Peter-Bernhardt/dp/1849233845/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1236317272&sr=1-7

andTehya’s Kiss or The Shaman’s Legacy
Archaeology Takes a Lethal Turn in the Santa Fe Desert

On the basis of critiques from fellow writers, my new thriller, The Stasi File, was a Top-5 Novel on

(working title), in progressSearch for missing archeologist pits Stasi File protagonists against ruthless antiquities traffickers. 

http://search.barnesandnoble.com/The-Stasi-File/Peter-Bernhardt/e/9781849233842/?itm=1&btob=I www.youwriteon.com, earning a professional review by Random House, and it was awarded a permanent spot on the site’s Best Seller Chart.   The Stasi File was a finalist for YouWriteOn’s Book of the Year Award. (Click on link below to see.)

 

 

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