“When fifteen-year old Josh Weston and his mother move to a desolate ranch in the northwestern Arizona desert after his father leaves them, Josh is sure the fifty acres of rocks and cactus are worse than hell. Blaming himself for the death of his best friend and for the disintegration of his family, as well as being relentlessly stalked by a dangerous psycho at school, Josh tries to end it all one moon-lit night. A cantankerous old prospector and his evil white burro suddenly appear and stop him, only to disappear as mysteriously. Josh has no choice but to deal with his haunted past and with the ghosts threatening his future.”
Meet author Melinda Rucker Haynes when she visits the Main Library to discuss her book at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 23rd. Books will be available for purchase, and book signings will commence after the program. All ages are welcome! There is no charge to attend.
The Main Library is located at 2951 S 21st Drive. For more information, call (928) 782-1871.
OneBookAZ is an exciting program hosted by libraries and other partners across the state. The driving force behind this project is its goal to bring communities together through literature and reading. It encourages communities across the State of Arizona to read the same book and participate in discussion and programs centered on that book. For more information, visit onebookaz.org