• Vanishing Waters

    An excerpt from “A New Form of Beauty: Glen Canyon Beyond Climate Change”
      This book is about that moment of falling when the solid ground under us gives way to something new.
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  • Mystery Mastery

    Tucsonan Shannon Baker's new novel is getting her compared to Craig Johnson, C.J. Box and Linda Castillo
      Author Shannon Baker, who moved to the Tucson area after attending the Tucson Festival of Books a few times, is set to release Stripped Bare, a mystery novel introducing Kate Fox, a Nebraska rancher who takes over her husband's job of sheriff after he's shot in the first chapter.
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  • The Daughters

    An excerpt from a novel by Adrienne Celt
      Adrienne Celt is Pima County Library's writer in residence, part of a new statewide project dispatching writers to libraries throughout the state. Her debut novel, The Daughters, was released in paperback last month.
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  • My Heart Can’t Even Believe It

    An excerpt from Amy Silverman’s new book exploring the challenges and joys of raising a child with Down Syndrome
      Amy Silverman, the long-time managing editor of the Phoenix New Times and a regular NPR contributor, is the author of My Heart Can't Even Believe It, which recounts Silverman's journey as the mother of a child with Down syndrome.
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  • Now on Shelves

    Working class lives in 1970s New Mexico, a look at Navajo culture, football and war
  • Books

    Twenty authors collaborate on one thriller, a guide to Phoenix hikes and more

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