Number of page: 245
Publisher: Torrey House Press
Canyon Sacrifice brings the rugged western landscape, the mysterious past of the ancient Anasazi Indians, and the Southwest’s ongoing cultural fissures vividly to life. A deadly struggle against murderous kidnappers in Grand Canyon National Park forces archaeologist Chuck Bender to face up to his past as he realizes every parents’ worst nightmare: a missing child .
LibraryThing Review A good mystery in the awesome setting of Grand Canyon National Park. Chuck Bender an independent contractor/archeologist is on a vacation, honeymoon, with his new family. He married a young woman
LibraryThing Review Canyon Sacrifice is going to make you see the Grand Canyon in a whole new way. Chuck Bender is the perfect guide, as he weaves strands of geology, park history, Native American culture, and
LibraryThing Review It’s hard for me to believe that this is a first novel. I was drawn to it for a few reasons, the Anasazi Indians, whose ruins I have visited, the Grand Canyon, which I also visited. I was intrigued
- Teresa L. Jacobsen
Canyon Sacrifice: A National Park Mystery A family trip to the Grand Canyon goes scary when one of the young daughters is abducted from their campsite. It turns out the mother’s ex-husband is irrationally jealous of her new spouse, Chuck