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David Heska Wanbli Weiden


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David Heska Wanbli Weiden is an enrolled citizen of the Sicangu Lakota Nation and received his MFA from the Institute of American Indian Arts. He's a MacDowell Colony Fellow, a Tin House Scholar, and the recipient of the PEN/America's Writing for Justice Fellowship. He lives in Denver, Colorado.
 

Genres: Mystery
 
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The Effort (2021)
Claire Holroyde
"Page-turner of the year! In the grand tradition of Stephen King's The Stand, Pat Frank's Alas, Babylon, and J.T. McIntosh's One in Three Hundred, this book is the story of a massive comet that threatens to end human existence and those who fight to prevent that catastrophe. Call it a techno-thriller, call it apocalyptic fiction -- I call it great writing. This is an important and provocative novel, one that should be read by all who care about the future of the planet and humanity's role in its preservation. Claire Holroyde is an exciting new voice in modern fiction, and we're lucky to have this stirring and fully imagined book."
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The Removed (2021)
Brandon Hobson
"Astonishing. This moving and affecting novel tells the story of a Native family in crisis, each person dealing with the aftereffects of grief and trauma following the murder of a beloved son. But this is a book of hope and healing, a remarkable tale of resilience in the face of unimaginable pain. Written with lyrical and evocative prose and a deep reverence for Cherokee culture and tradition, The Removed is an important contribution to indigenous fiction and American literature."
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Angels in the Wind (2021)
(Mile High Noir)
Manuel Ramos
"Thrilling, heartbreaking and engrossing, Angels in the Wind is the best yet from one of the masters of the genre."
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They Can't Take Your Name (2021)
Robert Justice
"A riveting story of injustice and redemption, this unforgettable novel will stick with you and change the way you view the world. Like a solo by Coltrane, Robert Justice pushes the boundaries of character, setting, and plot, exploring themes of injustice and bias in the criminal justice system. It's also a tale of love and loyalty, and the struggle to remain honorable in oppressive circumstances. A fantastic debut."

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