The Charles Bloom Murder Mystery Series:
Mark Sublette is the author of the Charles Bloom Murder Mystery series. The first book in the series is Paint by Numbers, second, Kayenta Crossing, third Hidden Canyon, fourth Stone Men, fifth Butterfly Twins, sixth Indian School Days, and seventh Guardian of the Cornfields. His latest novel is the eighth book in the Charles Bloom Murder Mystery Series is The Candy Man. Sublette’s stand-alone mystery, Between the White Lines revolves around a Thomas Moran piece of art. The photographs featured in his novels are his other love, which he shares on his website at www.medicinemangallery.com
Bloom’s on Canyon Road, specializing in contemporary Native American art, once was a powerhouse gallery in Santa Fe. Then it lost its best-known artist, Willard Yellowhorse. Worse yet was Yellowhorse’s premature death soon after arriving in New York City under very suspicious circumstances. With Yellowhorse’s final painting STRUGGLE, about to be sold at auction, gallery owner Charles Bloom’s inner voice keeps asking two unrelenting questions: how did Willard Yellowhorse really die, and who if anyone killed him? The answers for Charles lay somewhere deep inside the Navajo nation, Yellowhorse’s ancestral home. Charles will need the help of Yellowhorse’s sister, Rachael, and her grandfather, the nearly 100-year-old medicine man Hastiin Sherman, to unlock the key to Yellowhorse’s death. What Charles Bloom doesn’t realize is the evil coyote spirit that tracked down Yellowhorse is still watching and Charles could be next, if he isn’t careful…. A Charles Bloom murder mystery set in Santa Fe and Indian Country. Perfect for fans of Tony Hillerman.
“Mark Sublette’s first novel is… marvelous. The white art dealer Charles Bloom lives in New Mexico with Indians. His impressive work is constantly taken away by those who go for nothing but money in New York. But Charles Bloom never stops in following great creativity… neither should we.” Michael Blake , Author of Dances with Wolves
“With a deft hand, Mark Sublette tells an intriguing story…” Anne Hillerman, author of “Tony Hillerman’s Landscape”