By Haley Rae Shoning


Amy Rivers

Amy Rivers’ gripping new thriller “Complicit” is the first release in her upcoming Legacy of Silence series. It features protagonist Kate Medina, a highly skilled forensic psychiatrist who retreats to her unpolluted, dependable hometown after a horrifying act of violence leaves her physically and emotionally scarred. However, her small town proves to be less than safe when a student is found dead at the high school where Kate has taken a job as
a psychologist.



Wildfire: On the Front Lines with Station 8
Heather Hansen

Award-winning environmental and travel reporter Heather Hansen spent an entire wildfire season behind the scenes with Boulder’s Fire Station 8 to document their heroics and hardships. Her new book, “Wildfire: On the Front Lines with Station 8,” tells the rich and terrifying stories of the dedicated firefighters who work so hard to stop out-of-control blazes from ravaging forests and
destroying communities.



In a Town Called Paradox
Miriam Murcutt and Richard Starks

Set in the late 1950s, “In a Town Called Paradox” tells the stories of three strangers in search of freedom whose lives intertwine unexpectedly when the “Big Five” Hollywood studios arrive in Utah; they turn a previously rural, backwater town into a glamorous, star-studded backdrop for their upcoming blockbuster films. The compelling story redefines the meaning of love while posing the question: If each of us has a life story, who determines how it unfolds? And how should it end?



Dirt Road Main Street
Cynthia L. Clark

When Tano, a bass guitar player with fictional Boulder-based rock band “Badge,” offers Holly a ride home from a concert, the two embark on an intense, music-filled, whirlwind love affair that ends just as quickly as it begins, on a “dirt road main street” in Oklahoma. Five years later, Tano shows up on Holly’s doorstep, having never gotten her out of his mind. Keep an eye out for the sequel to Cynthia L. Clark’s suspenseful romance, available later this year.

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