Other Work

Blood Moon

“Blood Moon is a tight, quick and compelling thriller, framed by the crashing of two small planes, and enriched by the heartfelt evocation of flat, fertile, secret Sacramento Valley where the story takes place.”
— David Thomson, author of Suspects and Silver Light

“Blood Moon is a tight, quick and compelling thriller, framed by the crashing of two small planes, and enriched by the heartfelt evocation of flat, fertile, secret Sacramento Valley where the story takes place.”
— David Thomson, author of Suspects and Silver Light— David Thomson, author of Suspects and Silver Light— David Thomson, author of Suspects and Silver Light— David Thomson, author of Suspects and Silver Light

Kingdom Road

“Kingdom Road is a fine novel of the new West.”
— San Francisco Chronicle

“In the literature of California, few novels evoke the state’s forgotten heartland – the great, ghostly Central Valley – with the power and understanding of K. Patrick Conner’s Kingdom Road. We come to know the valley as only a native can.
— Joe Kane, author of Running the Amazon and Savages

Blood Moon is a tight, quick and compelling thriller, framed by the crashing of two small planes, and enriched by the heartfelt evocation of flat, fertile, secret Sacramento Valley where the story takes place.”  

Horace Bristol: An American View

“As one of the first photographers for LIFE magazine, Horace Bristol’s career spanned the formative period of American photojournalism, from the Great Depression to the Cold War. His images, whether portraying fighters planes in formation, Depression-era shanty towns, or the rebuilding of Japan, epitomize the optimistic and heroic style of classis American photojournalism.”
— Photo-eye

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