Moriarty, New Mexico – The Land of Enchantment

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Moriarty lies at the crossroads of two major highways: Interstate 40 (I-40) and New Mexico 41-41. These major thoroughfares play an essential role in Moriarty’s economy, drawing in trucks and travelers from across America and beyond. Moriarty also attracts thousands of people traveling Historic Route 66 throughout New Mexico’s Land of Enchantment, stopping here during their travels.

Professor James Moriarty was created by Arthur Conan Doyle as an adversary for Sherlock Holmes, first appearing in 1893’s short story “The Adventure of the Final Problem” before later being referenced in subsequent series episodes where Holmes revealed to Watson evidence of Moriarty running an organized criminal network capable of orchestrating seemingly disparate crimes into an elaborate grand plan – likening him to a spider at the center of an intricate web, often known as a Napoleon of Crime.

Jaclyn Moriarty is an extremely creative Australian author whose literary muse seems to work effortlessly together with her writing process. In her most recent novel Apples Never Fall she successfully blended family history, modern mystery and an eerie cliffhanger. We sat down with her to discover more about how this compelling work of art came to fruition.