Old New Mexico Books

NOTE: These are grouped here in order of publication (most recent on top). If you want to read the novels chronologically, start with Not Just Any Man, then go on to Not My Father’s House, and then read No Secret Too Small. Finally, read The Pain and the Sorrow.

Eight-year-old Alma’s family is torn apart by her father’s secrets and New Mexico’s 1837 Chimayo Rebellion. The sequel to Not My Father’s House. Available from your favorite bookstore, Bookshop.org, Amazon, or Barnes and Noble. ISBN: 978-1-952026-03-4.

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Danger stalks Gerald and Suzanna as she struggles to adjust to pioneer life in the Sangre de Cristo mountains. The sequel to Not Just Any Man. Available from your favorite bookstore, Bookshop.org, Amazon, or Barnes and Noble. ISBN-13: 978-09983498-8-6

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A mountain man novel set in Old New Mexico. Available from your favorite bookstore, Bookshop.org, Amazon, or Barnes and Noble. ISBN-13: 978-0998349855

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A teenage bride in 1860s New Mexico discovers her husband is a serial killer. Based on a true story. Available from your favorite bookstore, Bookshop.org, Amazon, and Barnes and Noble. ISBN: 978-1-952026-01-0

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A collection of micro-fiction from Old New Mexico featuring stories set in and around the Moreno Valley, home of today’s Village of Eagle Nest and Angel Fire Resort. Available from your favorite bookstore, Bookshop.org, Amazon, and Barnes and Noble. ISBN-13: 978-0998349848

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A short story collection from Old New Mexico featuring mountain man Old One Eye Pete. Available from your favorite bookstore, Bookshop.org, Amazon, and Barnes and Noble. ISBN-13: 978-0998349831

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