Author: Sandra Dallas

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Lydia, who works at Bright Ideas, befriends the "book frogs," the rootless men who spend their days in the store.  She is particularly close to... [Read More]
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Toward the end of "The Newcomers," an extraordinary book about a group of immigrant children at Denver's South High School who are struggling to learn... [Read More]
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In Shors' "Unbound," Fan is now a 16th century mason who volunteers to work on the wall for a year in exchange for a reprieve... [Read More]
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Books by regional authors, including Emily Littlejohn, Margaret Mizushima and Gary Reilly. [Read More]
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When he wrote Vol. 1 of "Out Where the West Begins," Denver oilman Philip F. Anschutz profiled 50 entrepreneurs and business leaders who influenced Western... [Read More]
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Wealthy New Englanders Francis and Mary Crane began collecting Indian weavings and other Native American objects in 1948 with the idea of starting their own... [Read More]
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"Hell hath no fury like the vengeance of mothers," writes Jim Fergus in the sequel to his best-selling "One Thousand White Women." [Read More]
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The 1960 murder of Adolph Coors III was one of Colorado's greatest tragedies. The 44-year-old chairman of Adolph Coors Co., Ad Coors, was killed in... [Read More]
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"Into Enemy Arms," a tale of love that links both North and South, is a departure for Colorado author Rex Burns.  Known for his highly... [Read More]
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Colorado was founded on gold. In 1859, some 100,000 people joined the rush to the Rockies, and in a couple of years, they had filed... [Read More]
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Santiago Silva has graduated from college, been hired for a dream job in a San Francisco publishing house and connected with a new girlfriend, who... [Read More]
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"Lakota Performers in Europe" is not only an entertaining book but is also a contribution to the history of the Wild West's greatest showman and... [Read More]
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Mathews is a story teller, and as with her other books, she has a fine sense of time and place. [Read More]
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By Sandra Dallas, Special to The Denver Post The Denver Dry Goods:  Where Colorado Shopped With Confidence.  By Mark A. Barnhouse.  History Press. If you lived... [Read More]
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Chase Ford was a superstar, a small-town boy who made it good with the Lakers and married a country music singer.  It all came crashing... [Read More]
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