Science Fiction and Fantasy At Its Best, With a Adventure and Entertainment Mixed In
When Dr. Marcus Aaron, a brilliant linguist, steals an alien shuttle from the U.S. government, it triggers a series of events that could potentially threaten the entire universe.
In this riveting novel, author Marc Lieberman weaves an action-packed tale of supernatural suspense firmly rooted in the enchanted land of New Mexico. As Dr. Aaron deciphers the aliens' language and begins using their technology here on earth, a renegade FBI agent kidnaps the doctor's grandchildren and does everything else in his power to recapture the alien property. With the help of a former Navy SEAL, a good-hearted internist, and a couple of grizzly bears, Dr. Aaron and his daughter visit an underground empire inhabited by the lost tribe of the Anasazi as they struggle to save their family and escape to the far reaches of the galaxy.
Combining modern science, mystical intrigue, and the wisdom of the ancients, Sign of the Anasazi is fast-paced adventure on a mythic scale. Look for the second installment of the series in which, once again, it is up to Dov, Thomas, Mariah, and their ragtag band of volunteers to prevent villains bent on destruction from achieving their aims.
Sign of the Anasazi
By Marc Lieberman
Publisher: Emerald Book Company
Published: May 2009
About The Author
Marc Lieberman is a national winner of the Moeller Prize for excellence in Journalism and initially self-published an earlier version of his book entitled The Translator, which was a 2007-2008 finalist of the Indie Awards and Best Books, USA Book News. Marc and his wife Cindy divide their time between their log cabin in Durango, Colorado and an adobe near Carefree, Arizona. Sign of the Anasazi features numerous encounters with bears, perhaps because as a teenager, Marc and his brother Richard had a pet black bear while living on a remote lake deep in the Canadian wilderness. Marc successfully scaled Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, 2007, and was a crewmember with the LaSalle Expedition II, an authentic re-enactment over the course of nearly a year of LaSalle’s 1681 3,300-mile canoe trek from Montreal to the Gulf of Mexico. He has motorcycled the Baja 500 and dove with sharks in the Caribbean, and climbed to Machu Pichu.
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