My historical fiction novel Wolf Catcher, which is partially based on a true story, has been released by TouchPoint Press.
Wolf Catcher follows the lives of Kate and Kaya who are separated by nine centuries. Both feel rejected by the societies in which they live, until they are bound together by one man. The Magician, as he came to be called, was discovered in 1939 when archeologists uncovered a tomb at a remote Northern Arizona site called Ridge Ruin. The man, bedecked in fine turquoise jewelry and intricate beadwork, was surrounded by myriad pots, arrow points, shells, and fine mineral specimens. But it was the wooden swords with handles carved into animal hooves and human hands that the Hopi workers explained identified him as a magician.
But who was he and why did he look different from those who buried him? In my former role as a journalist, I was tasked with determining why this man was interred so reverently and with such incredible wealth. Many of the situations that fictional reporter Kate Butler faces in the story actually happened. My research carried me back to a time when the high desert world was shattered by the birth of a volcano, then forward into the present-day dangers of archeological looting and the black market sales of antiquities.
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