Book released! Jack Matthews, Death at La Osa: A Pueblo Tribal Police Mystery, Sunstone Press, December 21, 2021

Happy Holidays! Merry Christmas!

To all my Sage to Meadow followers! I have a novel of nature with a murder mystery! Or, a mystery novel set deeply in nature!

I am so happy to announce the Sunstone Press release of my novel, Death at La Osa: A Pueblo Tribal Police Mystery! Available on Amazon, B&N, independent bookstores!

Dendrite turquoise as written about in book.
Back cover of Death at La Osa

I am pleased that Sunstone Press, Santa Fe, New Mexico, has published my first novel in a series, Death at La Osa. I am currently editing my second novel, Arroyo of Shells (title tentative), and finishing the third in the series, The Cave of the Infinite Symbol.

You may order via https://bookshop.org/shop/jackmatthews (Disclosure: I am an affiliate of Bookshop.org and I will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase. You also contribute to a local, independent bookstore of your choice when you use Bookshop.org.) If you order through Amazon, you can use the smile.amazon.com to contribute 0.5 % of your purchase to a charity of your choice. Also order, conventionally, through Amazon and B&N websites.

See my Author Page on WordPress: https://jackmatthews.net for more information, book signings, and presentations.

In front of MoMo’s Shop, Taos, New Mexico, December 21, 2021

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9 responses to “Book released! Jack Matthews, Death at La Osa: A Pueblo Tribal Police Mystery, Sunstone Press, December 21, 2021

  1. Looking forward to reading this first novel, Jack— Mazel tov!!

  2. Caralee

    Jack, so cool to see that you are continuing to write. Oh how I wish Jimmy were here to read your book! But I can, and will. Happy holidays to you and Brenda. I still hold out hope that someday you’ll make the not-so-long trek to Kanab where I can show you plenty more evidence of Indigenous life right here where I live.

    • Hi, Caralee! Thank you. I wish Jimmy were here, too. I think of him every day, and I think of your marriage to him. Please don’t give up on me coming to Kanab. I have looked at the map from Taos to Kanab, and it’s closer than I thought. Have a great holiday period and stay warm. It’s raining here now and will turn to snow later today.

  3. Anonymous

    Sounds good! It rained all day yesterday and this morning. But I have vowed to never again complain about any kind of precip given the drought we are in.

  4. Hi Jack, it’s good to see your name pop up in my email…congratulations! I miss our old blogging days.
    Debra

    • Oh, gosh, so do I, Debra. I miss the intimacy of our blogging posts, the day-to-day posting, and the depth of our writing. You and I spent time making a post with photographs and commentary that doesn’t seem to cut it on FB, Twitter, Instagram. You and I and our blogging friends composed some good stuff! Thank you for the congrats. I wrote a lot about nature and humans in it within a mystery. Let’s stay in touch…life is short.

      • You summed it up perfectly Jack…I dislike social media very much for so many reasons, but blogging is the exception. I think of taking it up again often, got a million ideas!

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