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Pueblo Mysteries: Four short stories from New Mexico Paperback – November 8, 2012


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"(The Ancestor) story is rich in detail with skillful description of landscape and strong character development. Effectively sets up conflict between science and traditional belief systems." --Judge's comments in Southwestern Writers contest.

"I read The Woman with a Rain Pot last night and thoroughly enjoyed the story. I look forward to re-reading the other stories this week." -- D. Ellis

From the Author

The American Southwest is a land of mysterious allure with its scenic vistas of forests, deserts, and mountains, and its tri-cultural makeup of Hispanics, American Indians, and the mix of Caucasians, African-Americans, and Asians. I blend all of them together in my short stories and my historical novel.

Author Tony Hillerman defined the Southwest better than anyone else in his mystery novels featuring Navajo policemen Joe Leaphorn and Jim Chee. I focus my writing on different "dream people," as the famous author Henry James described his books' characters.  Since moving to New Mexico, I've become entranced by the Pueblo Indians, who have persevered to hang on to their villages, languages, celebrations, and native religion despite five centuries under other dominant peoples. Many visitors have never heard of the Puebloans until they come to New Mexico, but then they fall in love with Puebloan architecture, art, and culture.

More About the Author

Dennis Herrick is the author of a historical novel, several 99-cent short stories, a mystery, and a textbook. Most of his fiction involves the American Southwest.

He won the 2004 Tony Hillerman Mystery Writing Contest for his short story "Hunting Season," and he won the 2010 Society of Southwestern Authors Writing Contest for his short story "Missing." Besides his published short stories, he is the author of three books.

A native of Michigan, he and his wife now live beside the Rio Grande between Albuquerque and Santa Fe, New Mexico. Herrick is a former daily newspaper reporter and weekly newspaper publisher. He is an emeritus member of the journalism faculty at the University of New Mexico.

His author's website at dennisherrick.com

His blog is at tiguexwar.blogspot.com

Author's photograph is by Susan Boe. She took photos and wrote the breast cancer survivors book, "Brave and Beautiful."

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