The author of the mystery novels was also an electrical engineer at Los Alamos National Laboratory. "The bedrock source" was published, according to Worldcat, in Los Alamos, and the "About the author" section on Amazon's page for "Engineer's Guide to High Temperature Superconductivity" mentions that he also writes the mystery novels. I'm not sure about the "Once a Country Bank" book, though. Could by him or could be somebody else.
The Shaman Sings 229 copies, 7 reviews
Grandmother Spider 189 copies, 3 reviews
The Shaman Laughs 163 copies, 2 reviews
White Shell Woman 160 copies, 2 reviews
The Shaman's Game 160 copies, 3 reviews
The Shaman's Bones 156 copies, 4 reviews
The Witch's Tongue 152 copies, 6 reviews
Shadow Man 138 copies, 6 reviews
Dead Soul 137 copies, 3 reviews
Stone Butterfly 133 copies, 2 reviews
The Night Visitor 129 copies, 2 reviews
Three Sisters 121 copies, 3 reviews
Snake Dreams 104 copies, 4 reviews
The Widow's Revenge 87 copies, 2 reviews
A Dead Man's Tale 79 copies, 4 reviews
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