Treasure Among the Ruins – Voices in the Desert (Volume 1)
Cordelia Moulton searches for self-identity and finds that love is as sure as the spring grass under the winter snowflakes. Cordelia Moulton, a recent college graduate, is home and at loose ends in 1926 northern New Mexico. She fears living a life of insignificance, but she doesn't want to follow in her parents' ranching legacy, or become involved in their highly visible political and social life.
At the Lamy station, Jace Chambliss hitches a ride in a Southwestern Indian Detour touring car bound for Santa Fe. An unexpected detour brings the cowgirl of his dreams into his life only to have her snatched away when he’s jailed in Santa Fe for murder, counterfeiting, forgery, and gambling. Will Delia help clear the name of a cowboy she met less than 24 hour earlier, or will she do nothing and send him to a Texas swing party?
About Linda Farmer Harris (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Author)
Linda (Lin) Farmer Harris and husband Jerry live in Ponca City, Oklahoma. Her passion for the Southwestern Indian Detour Courier Corps, the Harvey Girls, and the Butcher Boys; her travels in Mexico; plus her skills as a nationally certified interpreter for the deaf are included in her historical fiction for adult and middle graders. She enjoys knitting historical patterns such as scarves and hats for The Seamen's Church Institute Christmas at Sea project.
From February 2013 to February 2017, she wrote a blog entry on the 27th of every month for Heroes, Heroines & History—http://www.hhhistory.com. She is now an occasional HH&H contributor.
Readers are welcomed to connect with Lin at Linda@LindaFarmerHarris.com and visit her website www.lindafarmerharris.com.