New Mexico Ghost Stories

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These tales are no long-ago cowboy yarns, but very real, very current ghost stories from a rich and chilling mix of voices. The author has a rare talent for detail; he paints unforgettably creepy images that linger long after the final page. Finalist, 2007 New Mexico Book Awards.


A real-life murder mystery set in New Mexico in the ’60s. William Kuehl, former New Mexico State Police captain, says, "What Don Bullis has done with this novel is intertwine a very accurate weave of murder, police and politics in New Mexico."

The Storks Of Caridad

Father Ygnacio, a missionary in Sonora, Mexico, is captured during the expulsion of all Jesuits in 1767. After enduring eight years of prison and abuse, he is incarcerated in La Caridad Monastery in Spain, where the Abbot recruits him to help solve two murders, placing Father Ygnacio in mortal danger.

Untold New Mexico: Stories From A Hidden Past

This entertaining collection explores some of the forgotten moments and people that have defined New Mexico and America—from Dennis Hopper to Hispanic civil rights hero Dennis Chávez, Buddy Holly to Martha Graham, Native American artists to Spanish conquistadores, volcano experts to Pueblo activists, and from Roswell’s alien party to Santa Fe’s Indian Market.

Black Widow White Lies

Sharon Salazar’s vacation to Chama, N.M., turns upside down when she encounters a mysterious stranger who resembles an old enemy.

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