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The Land Of Enchantment Cartel

Author : Michael S. Vigil
ISBN : 9781532090547
Genre : Fiction
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The Land of Enchantment Cartel takes the reader through the murky, dangerous world of transnational organized crime and terrorist networks, which are responsible for spreading violence and death throughout the world. The protagonist leads a small group of law enforcement professionals that chip away at criminal groups in the U.S., Peru, Mexico, and Paraguay until a final and violent show down takes place between the forces of good and evil.. Although, it is fictional, it is inspired by the author’s experiences in the DEA.
Category: Fiction

The Elephants In The Land Of Enchantment

Author : Beverly Eschberger
ISBN : 193292602X
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Ambassador Elephant, Mrs. Elephant, and their children, Harold and Penelope, visit their friend Maria in New Mexico, where they enjoy the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, a quinceaänera, and other special events.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Jane In A Land Of Enchantment

Author : Nan Alex
ISBN : 1575131676
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Jane's first solo adventure through the mirror takes her to a fantasy land where flowers talk and she can fly! Everything is so wonderful, until she's asked to help save Lily from the troll who lives in the Enchanted Forest. He's tricked poor Lily into thinking he is something he's not. Will Jane be able to turn the tables on the troll and bring Lily back safely?
Category: Juvenile Fiction


Author : Nevin Otto Winter
ISBN : UVA:X000412951
Genre : Florida
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Category: Florida

Land Of Enchantment

Author : Leigh Stein
ISBN : 9781101982686
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"[A] thoughtful and compelling elegy to a troubled man, a broken love, and a broken dream of the west."—Leslie Jamison, New York Times bestselling author of The Empathy Exams An MSN Best Book of 2016 Set against the stark and surreal landscape of New Mexico, Land of Enchantment is a coming-of-age memoir about young love, obsession, and loss, and how a person can imprint a place in your mind forever. When Leigh Stein received a call from an unknown number in July 2011, she let it go to voice mail, assuming it would be her ex-boyfriend Jason. Instead, the call was from his brother: Jason had been killed in a motorcycle accident. He was twenty-three years old. She had seen him alive just a few weeks earlier. Leigh first met Jason at an audition for a tragic play. He was nineteen and troubled and intensely magnetic, a dead ringer for James Dean. Leigh was twenty-two and living at home with her parents, trying to figure out what to do with her young adult life. Within months, they had fallen in love and moved to New Mexico, the “Land of Enchantment,” a place neither of them had ever been. But what was supposed to be a romantic adventure quickly turned sinister, as Jason’s behavior went from playful and spontaneous to controlling and erratic, eventually escalating to violence. Now New Mexico was marked by isolation and the anxiety of how to leave a man she both loved and feared. Even once Leigh moved on to New York, throwing herself into her work, Jason and their time together haunted her. Land of Enchantment lyrically explores the heartbreaking complexity of why the person hurting you the most can be impossible to leave. With searing honesty and cutting humor, Leigh wrestles with what made her fall in love with someone so destructive and how to grieve a man who wasn’t always good to her.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Secrets In The Land Of Enchantment

Author : Helen Golk Lally
ISBN : 0759671435
Genre : Fiction
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An ocean apart, two families unknown to each other grapple with separate pieces of a twenty-year-old secret. Young Jacque de Sauter, from France, comes to America to search for the missing elements in his family's secret. Philip Barker and Minerva (Minnie) McGuire of Mariposa, New Mexico, soon to be married, are unaware that they have the information Jacque needs, as they need his. The three of them simultaneously solve the complete secret in a dangerous wildfire outside of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Inevitably, all three of their lives will never be the same again.
Category: Fiction

New Mexico Cuisine

Author : Clyde Casey
ISBN : 0826354173
Genre : Cooking
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Originally published: Santa Fe, New Mexico: Clear Light Publishing, 2009.
Category: Cooking

Barns From The Land Of Enchantment

Author : Jerry R. Davis
ISBN : 1932926208
Genre : Architecture
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New Mexico is a land of diverse cultures and people. That variety is reflected in the many types of barns found throughout the state. Barns from the Land of Enchantment is a collection of fifty drawings and accompanying each is a vignette about the featured structure. All of the illustrations are full-page black and white drawings suitable for framing. The vignettes enliven the illustrations with interesting historical information about each barn. Many of them contain amusing anecdotes about the author's difficulties in his search for the subjects in the volume. Barns from the Land of Enchantment will fascinate anyone who has a rural background or an interest in art and architecture.
Category: Architecture

Land Of Enchantment

Author : Liza Wieland
ISBN : 9780815653134
Genre : Fiction
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New Mexico, 1985. Brigid Long Night, a young half-Navajo painter, goes to work as an assistant for the elderly Georgia O’Keeffe. Haunted by the decision to give up her newborn daughter for adoption, Brigid struggles with the direction and inertia of her life. With O’Keeffe’s encouragement, Brigid develops a powerful style, incorporating language and wordplay as well as image in her portrayal of Native American life and her place in it. Atlanta, 1995. Nancy Diamond, an aspiring playwright, encounters Brigid’s work and begins to understand the hidden truths about her own life as the child born of an affair between her white mother and an African American artist. New York City, 2001. Sasha Hernandez enrolls at Columbia University to study filmmaking. She has only recently discovered that her mother, living in Manhattan, is a celebrated painter and sculptor whose work is installed in the sculpture garden at the World Trade Center. In Liza Wieland’s deeply moving novel, these interwoven stories show how art reveals the depth and complexity of human love, in all its betrayals and losses, beauty and redemption
Category: Fiction

Land Of Enchantment

Author : Ba Tortuga
ISBN : 1733007695
Genre : Fiction
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Can a college kid from New Jersey and a New Mexican cowboy learn to speak the same language?East meets west. City meets country. Though there's no denying opposites attract, can a college kid from New Jersey and a New Mexican cowboy learn to speak the same language, let alone trust each other?When Mason Wild heads west to escape his past, he doesn't have a plan or a penny to his name. Luckily he finds a job with a roofing company run by a rodeo cowboy who's kind, easy to work for, and even with his jaw wired shut, hotter than July in the high desert.Bull rider Levi Yost knows what it's like to be down on his luck. He's not much older than Mason, but he's been around the block a few times, or at least around the rodeo arena. He takes a chance on the kid, giving him a job and a place to live on his ranch. The two of them discover a surprising amount of common ground, but trouble has a way of finding each of them. Mason has to learn to be fully honest with Levi, who in turn has to realize he's not just riding out for himself anymore.
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New Mexico

Author : Michael Burgan
ISBN : 0836851560
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Text and illustrations present the history, geography, people, politics and government, economy, customs, and attractions of New Mexico.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Good Bye My Land Of Enchantment

Author : Alfonso Griego
ISBN : UTEXAS:059173018571720
Genre : Frontier and pioneer life
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Category: Frontier and pioneer life

Land Of Enchantment

Author : Marion Sloan Russell
ISBN : 0826308058
Genre : History
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Offers one of the few firsthand accounts by a woman of life on the Santa Fâe Trail.
Category: History

Troubled In The Land Of Enchantment

Author : Janis H. Jenkins
ISBN : 9780520343528
Genre : Social Science
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In this groundbreaking study based on five years of in-depth ethnographic and interdisciplinary research, Troubled in the Land of Enchantment explores the well-being of adolescents hospitalized for psychiatric care in New Mexico. Anthropologists Janis H. Jenkins and Thomas J. Csordas present a gripping picture of psychic distress, familial turmoil, and treatment under the regime of managed care that dominates the mental health care system. The authors make the case for the centrality of struggle in the lives of youth across an array of extraordinary conditions, characterized by personal anguish and structural violence. Critical to the analysis is the cultural phenomenology of existence disclosed through shifting narrative accounts by youth and their families as they grapple with psychiatric diagnosis, poverty, misogyny, and stigma in their trajectories through multiple forms of harm and sites of care. Jenkins and Csordas compellingly direct our attention to the conjunction of lived experience, institutional power, and the very possibility of having a life.
Category: Social Science

The Land Of Enchantment

Author : Lilian Whiting
ISBN : 9783732654970
Genre : Fiction
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Reproduction of the original: The Land of Enchantment by Lilian Whiting
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New Mexico Land Of Enchantment

Author : Alfred Publishing
ISBN : 0739092448
Genre : Music
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Dennis Alexander's New Mexico: Land of Enchantment is a journey through the state's historic Spanish past, its Native American influences, and one of its most beautiful natural landmarks, the Sandia Mountains. The suite begins with "Popé's Rebellion," a musical depiction of the famous Pueblo Revolt of 1680. It features a majestic introduction followed by a fast and agitated main theme in 7/8 meter. The second movement, "Kokopelli Magic," uses playful rhythms and articulations to capture the personality of the trickster god, Kokopelli. "Sunset on the Sandias," the final movement, is a lyrical display of the beautiful colors that fall on this natural landmark at sunset. "Popé's Rebellion" and "Sunset on the Sandias" are Federation Festivals 2016-2020 selections.
Category: Music

Land Of Enchantment Land Of Conflict

Author : David L. Caffey
ISBN : UTEXAS:059173003978076
Genre : Literary Criticism
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"In Land of Enchantment, Land of Conflict, David L. Caffey identifies patterns in the observations of fiction writers concerning relations among cultural groups, attitudes toward the law, the erosion of individual freedom, and the social effects of weather and climate. Caffey also explores variations in historical and literary portrayals of famous New Mexicans and examines various myths concerning the frontier West and its heroes.
Category: Literary Criticism