Embark on a fast and perilous adventure through Navajo's Dinetah and Utah's canyon country with two amateur archaeologists. Dedicated to protect Anasazi cliff dwellings, they discover vestiges of a lost civilization sealed for eighteen millennia. Links to Easter Island's mystifying statues and to a National Security Agency covert agent launch the reader into a web of espionage and double-cross in the Four Corners region. Magnificent Southwest landscapes are viewed through a naturalist's eyes. Brace yourself to untangle riveting mysteries. A galvanized ending, orchestrated by NSA's master spy at Fort Meade headquarters, occurs on Navajoland near sacred Navajo Mountain.
Greg Sagemiller draws on nearly a quarter century of experience as an avocational archaeologist in New Mexico. He has served several three year terms as Trustee of the Archaeological Society of New Mexico, presided as it President for two terms, currently serves as Chair of its Scholarship Committee and has attended its summer field school near Gallup, New Mexico. He is also past President and Program Chair of the Taos Archaeology Society. Upon graduation from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, he enjoyed a brief career with a federal intelligence agency and then a Fortune 100 firm in the Midwest. He resides with his wife in their passive solar, renewable resource home at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in northern New Mexico.