ALAMOSA — “Season of Terror” from the University Press of Colorado is the first book-length treatment of the story of the Espinosas, San Luis Valley-based serial murderers with a mission to kill every Anglo in Civil War-era Colorado Territory, and the men that brought them down. This book, releasing soon, covers the events and significance of this bit of Colorado and San Luis Valley history and examines the complexity and controversy that this issue grew into.
With this book’s release imminent, the San Luis Valley Museum and ASU Community Partnerships will be hosting author Charles F. Price as he gives a book reading, signing, and discussion. This event will take place at the San Luis Valley Museum (on the corner of Fourth and Hunt in Alamosa) on Sunday, June 30th, from 1-3 p.m. The book event will be open to the public.
Novelist-turned-historian Charles F. Price is a full-time writer living in North Carolina and has previously published five novels. Season of Terror is his first nonfiction book. For more information, call the SLV Museum at 587-0667.