“Idaho” by Emily Ruskovich is a haunting story rooted in a terrible tragedy, which dramatically changes the course of several lives.
Debbie Burke’s novel has all the earmarks of a thriller. It’s well-crafted with a plot that ratchets up the suspense.
Rerooted by Jackie Henrion is part historical fiction, part poetry, part personal narrative, and part didactic.
Dr. Jane Bennet Munro’s extensive experience as a pathologist gives the stories in her books a ring of authenticity
“Working the Wilderness” brilliantly tells about the people working in the Selway-Bitterroot country before and after wilderness designation.
Stang weaves stories of people who’ve experienced loss and grief and who have benefited from practicing mindfulness with guided meditations.
Delia Owens of North Idaho wrote her first novel in her 60s.“It was liike starting a second career on the 99-yard line.”
Jurassic Park readers and movie fans will enjoy Crichton’s return to paleontology in Dragon Teeth.
Jeff Jones’s award-winning debut novel, Love Give Us One Death, is not just another Bonnie and Clyde story. It is much more.