James C. Work

James C. Work grew up in a rustic cabin camp on the edge of Rocky Mountain National Park. After completing his Ph.D. at the University of New Mexico he went on to publish more than sixteen books including the award-winning Prose and Poetry of the American West and Following Where the River Begins. He is also the author of six mythical westerns of the Keystone Riders series, a collection of stories from the 1880s with themes from the King Arthur chronicles. 

His mystery series set in the 1920s in Rocky Mountain National Park include: Ranger McIntyre: Unmentionable Murders; Ranger McIntyre: Small Delightful Murders; Ranger McIntyre: The Dunraven Hoard Murders; Ranger McIntyre: The Stones of Peril; Ranger McIntyre: The Mystery of the Missing Bierstadt, all of which will soon be available from Encircle in paperback and ebook; and two new entries coming from Encircle in 2023, Ranger McIntyre: The Big Elk Murders (June 28); and Ranger McIntyre: The Lawn Lake Murders (October 11). 

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