The Website of Author


Novels of art history by Kelly Jones

Welcome to my website!

Click on a page and look around. On the Books page you'll find information about each book, questions for discussion, some photos, and links to buy the books.

I love to hear from readers, so if you have a question or something to share, email me or connect on Facebook.

If you're reading one of my books for your book club, I'd be happy to join you! Send me an email and I'll drop by, either in person or with a phone call.

Thank you for visiting!

Kelly Jones

Latest News

Book Covers and Visual Literacy

I'll be joining librarians Gregory Taylor and Laura Johnston on Tuesday, February 18, 1:30-3:30 p.m. for an Osher Lifelong Learning Institute lecture on book covers. For more information visit


Thank you to all who joined us for these events!

Tuesday, October 15, join Jim and Kelly Jones for a discussion and book signing at Milner's Gate. Come early for dinner at this great new location in downtown Twin Falls or enjoy a drink at the no host bar during the presentation from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. We'll be talking about our latest books, Kelly's novel, BLOODLINE AND WINE, and Jim's memoir and reflection, VIETNAM . . . CAN'T GET YOU OUT OF MY MIND.

Wednesday, October 23, join Jim and Kelly in IDAHO FALLS at the Veterans Memorial Building, 485 Constitution Way, from 7:00 to 8:30.

We'll be in Pocatello on Thursday, October 24, at the Senior Activity Center, 427 N. 6th Ave, starting at 7:00.

All events are free. Books available for purchase.

Children's Author Kelly Jones

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PUBLISHERS WEEKLY calls LOST AND FOUND IN PRAGUE an "intriguing thriller . . . Jones has a real gift for creating well-limned characters and describing the streets and buildings of Prague."

Evel Knievel Jumps the Snake River Canyon . . . and Other Stories Close to Home

From PUBLISHERS WEEKLY (BookLife) "These stories are all deftly told character-driven tales set in quiet towns, with sensitivity and affection for the characters. ... the very intimate character (and setting) studies of the collection create an incredibly strong sense of contemporary Americana.

The Woman Who Heard Color included on reading list

The Hebrew translation of The Woman Who Heard Color has been included in the recommended reading list for 2013-2014 by The Ministry of Education in Israel.