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Virgil Alexander

Virgil Alexander was born and raised in rural Arizona. He grew up in the outdoors shooting, hunting, fishing, hiking, and riding his family’s horses. He loved exploring historic places and studying western history. He had an interest in law enforcement because many members of his family were law officers. His neighbors were ranchers, miners, and small town merchants and officials. His friends came from among those families and included Hispanics, Apaches, and descendants of immigrants who came from all over Europe. He worked for a major international mining company, traveling all over the United States and in South America, Canada, and Europe.

These experiences are all reflected in his stories, mysteries set in small town and rural Arizona, often reflecting the natural and human history of the area. His first book, The Wham Curse, introduced Deputies Bren Allred and Manny Sanchez, and San Carlos Apache Tribal Policeman Al Victor. These officers are also the protagonists in Saints & Sinners and his newest mystery The Baleful Owl.  He is also working on the non-fiction Ranching in the Heart of Arizona, a history of ranches in Gila County, Arizona.

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The murder of an archeology student and attempted murder of a second pull Apache Tribal Officer Al Victor into what seems to him a senseless killing. The Arizona Antiquities Task Force brings Deputies Bren Allred and Manny Sanchez into the case. They...
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The Baleful Owl
Intrigue and murder along the US/Mexico Border Seventeen-year-old Mariana Villalobos’ mystic gift creates a sensation in northern Mexico as hundreds of people undergo a personal religious epiphany. Even gangsters reject crime. Seeing revenues t...
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Saints & Sinners

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The Wham Curse

A Peek Into the Life of Virgil Alexander

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