New York Times Bestselling Author, Anne Hillerman joined us May 22, 2018.
At the Sonesta Resort, we had a “Special Appearance” of our Youth Award Winners and enjoyed our “Mystery Sunrise Cocktail”.
An Award-winning reporter, Anne Hillerman brings together modern mystery, Navajo traditions, & the evocative landscape of the desert Southwest in her intriguing entry in the Leaphorn, Chee and Manuelito series. Her newest addition, Cave of Bones was released April 3rd – just in time for you to have your copy signed by the Author at the lunch.
Learn more about Anne below:
Anne grew up in New Mexico and worked as a writer, arts editor and editorial page editor for The Santa Fe New Mexican newspaper and the Albuquerque Journal. Her father, Tony Hillerman was best known for his Leaphorn and Chee mystery novels. After her father’s death in 2008, Anne continued the mysteries with Spider Woman’s Daughter, Rock With Wings and Song of the Lion, all New York Times best sellers.
Continuing a Legacy – Spider Woman’s Daughter is a hit!
Spider Woman’s Daughter. The book continues the adventures of Navajo officers Jim Chee and Joe Leaphorn, and gives Officer Bernadette Manuelito a chance to share the spotlight. Check out the book trailer! The book debuted at Number 10 on the New York Times Bestseller list and has been a popular read. It is also a finalist for the wonderful Dilys Award, given annually by the Independent Mystery Booksellers Association to the mystery titles of the year which the member booksellers have most enjoyed selling.
Spider Woman’s Daughter wins Spur Award
“I was thrilled to get a call from the president of the esteemed group Western Writers of America letting me know that my mystery was being honored with the 2014 Spur Award for Best First Novel. The award is especially meaningful because I know there were many, many fine books submitted for the honor. And because the Spur was among the awards my Dad treasured the most. You can read more here.
Reviewer Quotes of Anne Hillerman books:
“Hillerman seamlessly blends tribal lore and customs into a well-directed ploit, continuing the spirit of her father, Tony, by keeping his characters (like Chee) in the mix, but still establishing Manuelito as the main player in what has become a fine legacy series” – Booklist
All readers will enjoy reading The Song of the Lion cover to cover….it will take the reader on a journey to an unshakable, soul-deeping, life enhancing awareness.” – Midwest Book Review