The Pearl Plot: Murder at the Old Homestead

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Artemesia Publishing, LLC
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5.4 X 8.4 X 0.8 inches | 0.92 pounds

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About the Author
Vicky Ramakka writes about the Four Corners region, where she meets fascinating people who are willing to share their stories. Through photography and writing, she shares her love of the southwest in local, regional, and national magazines. Her articles have won awards from the New Mexico Press Women and SouthWest Writers. Vicky and her husband reside in northwest New Mexico. She volunteers as a Site Steward to monitor a Rock Art site and enjoys every trip to the remote canyons and archaeological sites.
"Writer Vicky Ramakka takes the reader onto isolated BLM land in the Four Corners Country for this debut novel...she shatters the perception that this country is barren...Filled with interesting likeable characters, this book could be the seed of a new series of mysteries set in our beautiful Southwest." --Anne Hillerman, New York Times best-selling author of the Chee-Leaphorn-Manuelito series, about The Cactus Plot
"In this gripping tale of love and death in the remote badlands of northern New Mexico, Vicky Ramakka captures the magic of the desert Southwest's plants, animals, and unpredictable weather." --Scott Graham, National Outdoor Book Award-winner and author of Saguaro Sanction, Book 8 in the National Park Mystery Series.
"I thoroughly enjoyed The Pearl Plot. The story combines knowledge of the Four Corners and all its cultures with suspense and a compelling murder mystery." --Cindy Yurth, retired Navajo Times Assistant Editor and Reporter.
"The Pearl Plot is intriguing and informative . . . It's a story that sparks inquisitive minds and reflects the complexity of public land issues. It was hard to put down." --Kristie Arrington, retired BLM Colorado State Office & San Juan Field Office.