A dig in Paluxy, Texas, reveals the skeletons of a dinosaur and a human, indicating that they may have coexisted. In fact, Dr. Wayne Oakford, a highly respected and renown paleontologist, was so certain they coexited, he intended to turn the world of evolutionary sciences on its ear.
And for that, he was murdered.
Mary Dillard, Dr. Oakford’s niece and employee of the National Academy of Sciences, has her hands full. She must find the killer, not only to bring him to justice, but to clear her uncle’s name. She needs a detective, and the best in DC is Gunnar Schofield, a middle-aged man who still plays his boombox, disdains owning a cell phone, and drives a 1984 Harley Davidson Softail.
Despite the oil-and-water chemistry between these two, they manage to work as a team well enough to cross the country in search of a killer.
Of all the things they discover, what takes them most by surprise is that Dr. Oakford hid Paluxy Man’s skull.
Once that tidbit is made known, the chase is on–good guys, bad guys, clueless guys all want that skull.
Mary must find it, or all her uncle had worked for will come to nothing.
Wrapped in this adventure is a challenge against evolutionary science and all the methods of “proving” the theory. Loosely written in the style of Dan Brown’s Di Vinci Code, this novel disputes what is being taught as truth, using evolutionists’ own logic against them.
Hang on to your hat. You’re in for a ride.
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