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Santa Fe is indelibly quirky, and you can read about some of the people who made it so.

City Slickers 1991 (location: Abiquiu, Garson Studios, Ghost Ranch, Nambe Pueblo, Santa Clara Pueblo, and Santa Fe, NM)

Rudolfo Anaya one of many New Mexico writers

Death comes for the Archbishop. My favorite book about New Mexico. Actually, one of my favorite books.


Ali MacGraw c. 1970's.Lives in Tesuque, NM.

A Grave in the Cotswolds

One of NM's old favorites, Frank Waters, author and scholar.

New Mexico has seduced me. A must read if you enjoy the history of Hispanic America in New Mexico. More than a glimpse into the past, this book gives the reader a long, slow drink of one family's relationships, loves and losses. It's a work of fiction, but I could easily believe it were true.

One of my favorites in Tasha Alexander's 'Lady Emily' series (#5). If near death in Constantinople wasn't challenge enough, recuperating at the mother-in-law's house in Normandy certainly is.