Title: Anasazi Intrigue: The Adventures of John and Julia Evans
Author: Linda Weaver Clarke
Publisher: American Book Publishing
Release Date: March 2010
Size: 250 pages, 5×8, softcover
Stolen artifacts, the Santa Clara/Virgin River flood, a snoopy newspaper reporter, and mysterious events begin to unfold with Anasazi Intrigue.
When a devastating flood wipes out homes in a small town, residents are shocked by the news of a possible poison spill that also kills many of the fish and neighbors’ pets. The people don’t know what to think or do, until Julia, the town’s newest reporter, jumps into action and begins her investigation.
Quickly Julia realizes the story is much bigger and more dangerous than she thought. As information unfolds, Julia and her husband find themselves on the run, trying to save their lives while finishing the story of a lifetime. She never realized that being a reporter could be so dangerous.
With artifacts, dead fish, a devastating flood, and miscreants, John and Julia have their hands full. Will they be able to get the scoop and save their lives?
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sounds like a book with excitement always there.
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