Ida Jo Canfield, having come from childhood poverty, has now
returned to her old hometown to care for a dying mother.
When her husband, Morris, returns from a week of speed racing
on the Bonneville Salt Flats, he tells of a mysterious artifact
found half-buried in a remote corner of the vast salt desert—
a replica of a human skull carved in crystal. Using a computer
access at the small local public library, he searches the Internet
for possible clues to the origin and history of the relic, unaware
that powerful government supercomputers are at work screening
Web traffic to look for the same thing.
Following their own instincts and ideas, Morris and Ida Jo undertake a quest to decode information ingeniously hidden within their crystal relic, even as they try to decide on its proper disposition. They have now set themselves on a journey that will take them to the great museums of Manhattan, and deep under New York City into abandoned tunnels where the mole people give them a taste of first contact with a hidden society.
Nancy and Warren Longwell have drawn on their 30 years of global travel and high-adventure exploration to write a stunning and literate debut novel that always keeps the reader wondering how much of the story might be true.
"I truly enjoyed it." -Clive Cussler
$16.95 retail. 372 pages, 8.5"x5.5", trade paperback
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