“Idaho” by Emily Ruskovich is a haunting story rooted in a terrible tragedy, which dramatically changes the course of several lives.
Debbie Burke’s novel has all the earmarks of a thriller. It’s well-crafted with a plot that ratchets up the suspense.
Dr. Jane Bennet Munro’s extensive experience as a pathologist gives the stories in her books a ring of authenticity.
Rerooted by Jackie Henrion is part historical fiction, part poetry, part personal narrative, and part didactic.
A new collection of writing by Montana women has just hit the bookshelves of local stores, and it’s flying off the shelves.
Stang weaves stories of people who’ve experienced loss and grief and who have benefited from practicing mindfulness with guided meditations.
By AARON PARRETT — Joe Moreland had an upbringing a lot of people who didn’t know better might consider a “tough” childhood. Most of his childhood was spent following his parents around from one shack to the next in Oregon’s Coast Range — and you can’t help but imagine the Joad family in Steinbeck’s Grapes of Wrath.
Milania Marsenich has a rich way of describing the beautiful Mission Mountains, trumpeter swans, and other wild creatures of that land.