VIRGIN – Last week, Utah author J.M. Williams celebrated the nationwide release of his historical fiction novel, “The Black Mariachi.”
The novel follows half-Indian Mohonri “Ho” Tanner, who after becoming disillusioned with his life, joins an eclectic group of treasure hunters. Forced to face the secrets of his past while confronting a powerful Aztec crime lord, he discovers gold structures mysteriously cached by ancient inhabitants of the Southwest.
The staggering implications of this intricate puzzle quickly become a dangerous race against time and galactic force. The dramatic fiction of “The Black Mariachi” and its forthcoming sequel, “Mekong Merkaba,” hold clues that impact the very survival of Earth.
Released by Tate Publishing, “The Black Mariachi” is available in paperback form for $26.99 or as an e-book for $15.99. It can be found in bookstores and online book retailers nationwide.
Williams is a former construction superintendent of various Indian housing projects throughout the Southwest. He currently lives in Virgin, enjoying his large family, the great climate and the spectacular vistas of Southern Utah. He has taught high school and was an associate faculty member at Mohave Community College for many years.
For more information on Williams and his novel, visit his author web page.
Submitted by: Tate Publishing