Dichos de mi Padre
Geneva Maria Escobedo resides in Tucson, Arizona and retired after a 30-year career in higher education. She is a graduate of Arizona State University. Dichos de mi Padre was selected for an International Latino Book Award as best first book.
John Fulghum, PI, Mysteries, Volume I, John Fulghum, PI, Mysteries, Volume II, Blue is for Murder - John Fulghum, PI, Mysteries, Volume III, The Perfect Teacher - John Fulghum, PI, Mysteries, Volume IV, Finding Harry Diamond - John Fulghum, PI, Mysteries, Volume V, John Fulghum, PI, Mysteries, Volume VI, Just North of Nothing - John Fulghum, PI, Mysteries, Volume VII, Baro Xaimos: A Novel of the Gypsy Holocaust, Among Waterfowl and Other Entertainments, Fairy Tales and Other Fanciful Short Stories, The Witch Games & Other Supernatural Tales, The Black Marble Griffon and Other Disturbing Tales, Pirate Tales, Engaging Rachel, The Wiglaff Chronicles, Volume 1, The Wiglaff Chronicles, Volume 2
E. W. Farnsworth, an Arizona writer living in Gilbert, is widely published online and in print. Known primarily for his John Fulghum Mysteries, the author is comfortable writing in many genres. Farnsworth’s latest Fulghum novel, Just North of Nothing, will appear in November. This mystery is set in the desert north of the zero-population town of Nothing, Arizona, where nearly every form of mayhem is possible. Learn more.
Hidden Ones: A Veil of Memories, Paper Children: An Immigrant's Legacy, The Blind Eye: A Sephardic Journey, Paris Lamb, Stressed in Scottsdale, Boomerang: When Life Comes Back to Bite You, Gossip.com, Love and Death in Rhodes: A Novella of Biblical Proportions
Award-winning author and speaker, Marcia Fine, has written eight novels, including the only satirical series about Scottsdale and five in the genre of Historical Fiction. Paper Children, a novel of her family trapped in Poland during WWII, has been a finalist for three national prizes. A recipient of the ONEBOOKAZ Award for The Blind Eye, her latest novel, Hidden Ones, has garnered multiple prizes, including the WILLA Award from Women Writing the West, for her portrayal of a forgotten piece of history, the Mexican Inquisition. Learn more.
Toxic Rage: A Tale of Murder in Tucson
A.J. Flick is a Tucson-based writer, editor and repurposed journalist. Her byline has appeared in numerous websites and publications across the country. She covered the case detailed in the best-selling, true crime book Toxic Rage, while reporting for the now-defunct Tucson Citizen newspaper. Learn more.