Melanie Sumner’s The Ghost of Milagro Creek

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Melanie Sumner discusses her novel, The Ghost of Milagro Creek, set in a barrio of Taos, New Mexico, where Native Americans, Hispanics, and Anglos live together. It’s a tale of star-crossed love, murder, and is a portrait of a troubled community.


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Comments [2]

Melanie Sumner from Sag Harbor

Hi Steve. Nice to hear from you. Hope you enjoy the book. Search the title or my name on youtube to see the book trailer, and please friend me, and/or my page, on facebook.

Jul. 17 2010 08:32 AM
steve from middle village

Hey Melanie: I remember you from Wilmington NC in the early 90's. Nice to hear you on the radio in NYC. Glad to hear you are still writing and have done a lot! (You and I both did contract writing for someone in Wilmington).

Jul. 15 2010 01:21 PM

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