BACK IN STOCK! The remainder of the reprint of “Abandoned New Mexico: Ghost Towns, Endangered Architecture, and Hidden History” has finally been freed from its shipping container and is on shelves now. Ask for it at your local bookstore! I also have copies on-hand, which come signed and include a free 4″ x 6″ print. In fact, all three of my books [including a book with photographs by the late Richard Baron] are available again, and I’ve got a small canvas print of the San Jose Mission at San Acacia in Socorro County, New Mexico, on offer, as well.
All of that is available here (UPDATE: Philip Varney ghost town guide no longer available.):
Thanks again to everyone for buying the book(s), spreading the word, and providing such wonderful feedback. Thanks also to the many bookstores, magazines, newspapers, blogs, podcasts, libraries, and museums that have done so much to help me share a bit about some of New Mexico’s more overlooked historic places. I also want to thank the United States Post
Office of Norman, Oklahoma, for mailing hundreds of packages over the past two years with a 100% success rate. Knock on wood! Finally, thank you to Fonthill Media for doing their absolute best to keep this book available during a very difficult two years. It all means more than I can say. Onwards!
— John Mulhouse