Johnny Frias, a descendant of California’s Indigenous people and Mexican settlers, killed a man assaulting a young woman named Bunny twenty years ago. His action sparked a slow-burning chain of connections that unites a complex cast of characters.
During the turn of the 20th century, Redwood, an African American woman, and Aidan, a Seminole Irish man, both who are gifted performers and hoodoo conjurors, journey from Georgia to Chicago, using their powers and talents as they search for a place where they can be themselves.
A young Native American boy in a splintering family grasps for stability and love, making all the wrong choices until he finds a space of his own
Set in a Native community in Maine, this novel is a collection about what it means to be Penobscot in the twenty-first century and what it means to live, to survive, and to persevere after tragedy. In twelve striking, luminescent stories, the author breathes life into tales of family and a community as they struggle with a painful past and an uncertain future.
Rita Todacheene is a forensic photographer working for the Albuquerque police force who can see the ghosts of the victims. One of the ghosts, who insists she was murdered, drives Rita to get revenge against her killers, forcing her in the crosshairs of one of Albuquerque’s most dangerous cartels.