Two very close life-long friends graduate from the School of Mines and are immediately caught up in the great uranium boom of the 1950s that was centred on Grants, New Mexico. The boom changed the state -- and the world -- now and forever, and it changes the two young mining engineers. T C Young's closest friend, Ray Morris, is tormented by TCs deep love for Julie Goodman who shares with TC a love of Anasazi ruins, art galleries, and the mountain streams of Taos. The shining adventures of that mighty historical period turn into a deadly love triangle of murderous thoughts and actions, and the perpetual reincarnation of love, which reach a climax in a mountain cabin and a nearby ancient tunnel inhabited by mysterious mystical powers that jeopardise the lives of all.
Publisher: University of New Mexico Press
Number of pages: 176
Weight: 346 g
Dimensions: 210 x 145 x 17 mm
"Evans portrays the couple's young love magnificently."
"This is a stunning novel that creates a meltdown of emotion in the reader, "Now and Forever" is also a vivid picture of New Mexico during the boom time when everyone hopes to become rich overnight and hardly anyone does."