Pueblo Mysteries

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This is a collection of four short story mysteries involving the Pueblo Indians of New Mexico. More

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About Dennis Herrick

Dennis Herrick is the author of several short stories, most of them involving the American Southwest and often featuring different tribes of Pueblo Indians.

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." He is the author of several published short stories and one book.

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

You can visit his author's website at dennisherrick.com.

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

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Review by: Don York on Dec. 24, 2012 :
Dennis,

I just read your four short stories that make up Pueblo Mysteries. I did not know that you are a free lance writer (read "for fun writer"). I knew you were a past journalist. I enjoyed the stories, so much so that I read them all four without stopping. I am normally a poor reader of hand held books.

Recently I have decided to not print my autobiography on paper but rather issue it on a CD. It will be not only cheaper but it will have word search capability. In my story I am about 35 years old and I have 355 pages without pictures and/or illustrations. For the record I am now 76 years old. Could that mean a 700 page biography? I am using MicroSoft Word for Macintosh, Version 14.2.5. I have read that Mac has come out with an application called i-Books Author. Ever heard of it?

I noticed in your four short stories that you drew on your experiences with the nearby pueblos, the name Bea, and the light blue Prius.

Thanks for the free ebook

Don York
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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