THE GIRL IN THE GLYPHS finalist in Multicultural Fiction 2018 International Book Awards


The Girl in the Glyphs (Peace Corps Writers, 2016) by David C. Edmonds (Chile 1963–65), and co-authored with his late wife, Maria Nieves Edmonds, is an award-winning finalist in the Multicultural Fiction category of the 2018 International Book Awards.

Glyphs was also the recipient of a 2016 first place literary award from the International Latino Book Awards, first place Royal Palm Literary Award of the Florida Writers Association (FWA) and a silver (2017) from the Florida Authors and Publishers Association (FAPA).

Edmonds’ prequel to Glyphs, The Heretic of Granada, about a priest on the run from the Inquisition, was just published by Southern Yellow Pine Publishers. It is available at Amazon or Barnes & Nobles.

The Girl in the Glyphs: A Novel
David C. Edmonds (Chile 1963–65) and Maria Nieves Edmonds
A Peace Corps Writers Book
January 5, 2016
354 pages
$12.99 paperback; $4.99 Kindle


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