A Santo in the Image of Cristobal Garcia (Guadalupe Series, book 3)
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A Santo in the Image of Cristobal Garcia (Guadalupe Series, book 3)

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In 1996, on the publication of The Journal of Antonio Montoya, Tony Hillerman called Rick Collignon a "talented new writer with original ideas." Rudolfo Anaya praised his "haunting storytelling" and his "gifted style." And The New York Times Book Review described his second book, Perdido (1997), as "a novel that captivates and surprises all the way to its chilling end."Now...more
Hardcover, 336 pages
Published October 28th 2002 by Blue Hen
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Rick Collignon is the author of four novels: The Journal of Antonio Montoya, Perdido, A Santo in the Image of Cristobal Garcia, and Madewell Brown, all set in the town of Guadalupe, NM. Originally from the Chicago area, he has lived in northern New Mexico for over 30 years.
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