. . . 428 pages of mystery, adventure, and romance at a thrilling roller-coaster ride pace.

Set against the backdrop of territorial days in New Mexico, a Gibson Girl heroine and an unforgettable cast of characters sift through clues on two continents in their search for truth, justice, and love.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Tierra Red Discussion Topic

I had an interesting experience while being interviewed on a radio show last summer: the moderator did not know what a Gibson Girl was. After I explained to him that she was the iconic symbol of independent and spirited young women in the late 19th century, he wondered aloud how my main character would have gotten along with the women who lived in the small town of Las Cruces in 1898 -- would she have been too progressive for them?

Whatdya think -- weren't the women of both Anglo and Hispanic heritage who coexisted in the Territory of New Mexico at that time progressive, too?

Monday, July 12, 2010

TIERRA RED Book Signing Date

Come visit with me at COAS Bookstore in the Downtown Mall in Las Cruces, New Mexico on August 7th from 10am until 12noon.

This wonderful bookstore is located in the heart of the setting where this historical suspense novel begins.

See you there!