The landscape looms large in this contemplative novel...with both passion and compassion, Greaves takes readers on a lyrical, vivid tour of the West.
Returning to her small Colorado hometown to find her old high school flame newly single and a new gas field threatening her family's cattle ranch, eco-activist Addie Decker ignites an armed conflict revealing cold truths about love and family, forgiveness and self-discovery. C. JOSEPH GREAVES
spent 25 years as an LA trial lawyer before devoting his talents to fiction. Sometimes writing as Chuck Greaves, he has been a finalist for most of the major awards in crime fiction including the Shamus, Macavity, Lefty, and Audie, as well as the New Mexico-Arizona, Oklahoma, and Colorado Book Awards. He is the author of five previous novels, most recently Tom & Lucky
, a Wall Street Journal
Best Books of 2015 selection and finalist for the 2016 Harper Lee Prize. He is also a member of the National Book Critics Circle and the book critic for the Four Corners Free Press
newspaper in southwestern Colorado, where he lives and writes. You can visit him at www.chuckgreaves.com.