International Rubery Book Award

International Rubery Book Award

  – BLUE FIRE REVIEW –   Alex Graham is the daughter of geologist, Brian Graham, who suspects that gems from a Brazilian mine are being used to fund terrorism. Alex is dispatched to the mine to investigate, and the story begins with an illicit mission...
Midwest Book Review

Midwest Book Review

– BLUE FIRE REVIEW –  Readers might not expect a geologist family to become involved in detective work, much less international intrigue; but Blue Fire isn’t the first to depart from the usual PI roots of its protagonist: it is Book 2 in a series in...
Book Reader’s Heaven

Book Reader’s Heaven

– THIRST REVIEW –  I was happy to have found the author’s article on “Sense of Place” because from the time I met Geologist Alex Graham, I found myself reminiscent of a favorite series of mine by Nevada Barr, with Anna Pigeon, a park...
Authors Talk About It

Authors Talk About It

– THIRST REVIEW –  In Katherine Prairie’s Thirst, geologist Alex Graham is determined to find a lucrative silver mine amongst the mountains of Slocan Valley, Canada. However, her suspicions are aroused when her tent is burned down by a mysterious arsonist,...
Midwest Book Review

Midwest Book Review

– THIRST REVIEW –  Geologist Alex Graham’s primary job is to track down a silver mine; but her prospecting involves far more than minerals in Thirst, a saga of Canadian/US politics, a deadly pesticide spill, and a dangerous adversary who threatens...