Eastern Arizona Museum to host ‘Broken Earth’ author Alexander

Author Virgil Alexander, right, chats on air with KATO AM 1230 host Marlin Whetten during a previous appearance in the Gila Valley. Alexander will sign his latest book, "Broken Earth," at Eastern Arizona Museum on Dec. 11. - Contributed Photo

PIMA — Virgil Alexander, the author of the Deputy Allred and Apache Officer Victor series of novels will be at Eastern Arizona Museum to autograph his latest book, “Broken Earth.”

Alexander will be at the museum in Pima on Saturday, Dec. 11, from 1-3 p.m.

“Broken Earth” intertwines a number of threads, involving drug smuggling, sexual slavery missing indigenous women, Apache culture and the disappearance of Miss Graham County.

“Broken Earth” is the fifth novel in the Deputy Allred and Apache Officer Victor series, following “Saints & Sinners,” “The Baleful Owl,” “Murder in Copper” and Alexander’s first novel, “The Wham Curse,” which is based in part on the 1889 Wham Paymaster Robbery.

Alexander’s novels, published by Aakenbaaken & Kent, are available on Amazon and at Barnes & Noble.