When exploration geologist, Ben Wilde, works on a prospecting trip in Western Australia, he has omen of the dangers and adventures which await him. With his trusty assistant, Mick, and other unforgettable helpers, Ben manages to entangle himself in a terrorist plot aimed at a nuclear waste facility, and to unearth a mysterious and unusual structure, a building which could very well change the history of the continent. In the true fashion of the good guy saving the world and modifying the history books, Steven Elliott presents Desert Dreaming, a story akin to the works of Clive Cussler and James Rollins, a story with the intoxicating combination of danger, suspense, mystery, intrigue and a dash of romance.
Steve Elliott was born in 1959 in Mullewa, a small outback town in northern Western Australia. Steven was brought up in the town of Geraldton and then went to University in Perth where he studied geology. Steve then became an exploration geologist working all over Australia and several countries around the world. During his career Steve, has been the chief executive officer of one mineral explorer. Steve lives with his wife Sally on the outskirts of Perth with two dogs, three cats, and seven sheep.