Joan Leslie Woodruff Audio Books

Joan Leslie Woodruff Audio Books

Joan Leslie Woodruff is of mixed American Indian ancestry and lives in the Manzano Mountains of New Mexico amidst the ancient Anasazi ruins, where she owns and operates a cattle ranch. Having earned several advanced academic degrees in health care and education, Ms. Woodruff worked for fifteen years in several major hospitals in California before returning to her native New Mexico to write fiction. Her first novel, Neighbors, explored the spiritual life she discovered living beside the ruins of the prehistoric American cliff dwellers.

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