The Summoning God: A Native American Historical Mystery Series (The Anasazi Mysteries Book #3)
From New York Times bestselling authors W. Michael Gear and Kathleen O’Neal Gear comes part three in their gripping Anasazi mystery series.
After uncovering an ancient mass grave in New Mexico, Archaeologists Dusty Stewart and Maureen Cole think things can’t get any worse—until they begin excavating the charred remains of a ceremonial chamber and discover it’s filled with the brutalized bones of children.
Maureen, having analyzed similar mass graves in Iraq, takes it in stride. But Dusty’s nightmares become so severe that he feels as though an evil presence has stepped across a narrow bridge of time and now walks the site beside them, invisible, but always present and haunting. With every uncovered artifact seemingly whispering in the voices of dead children, Dusty and Maureen wonder what kind of evil could cause so much destruction—and if the overwhelming feeling of being followed will ever go away.
In the year A.D. 1263, War Chief Browser enters the very same ceremonial chamber—but this time, it’s filled with freshly dead bodies. Knowing there’s a killer moving unseen through the ruins of a dying civilization, Browser recruits the skills of an old shaman to help him uncover the truth about the enigmatic murderer who’s terrorizing their people.
Will Dusty and Maureen ever be able to escape an ancient haunting and unearth truths based on archaeological findings alone?
Step into the unknown and unravel the chilling enigmas of history…or succumb to the haunting embrace of unexplained entities lurking in the shadows of our world.