The Great Houses of Chaco are in turmoil as the last survivors uncover the mystery and truth at the heart of their civilization. Lovers, warriors and rival clans born of an ancient American culture are catapulted to the brink of destruction by one warrior’s urgent quest. From the sandstone mesas of the American Southwest to chambered catacombs hidden beneath the desert city, this book reveals a land of Indian sacrifice and other-worldly beauty shaken by a vision of the future.
Mark A. Taylor, a native of Utah, has been a writer, editor and publisher in local and national publishing. He has written extensively about Native American rights and western water and land use issues. His fascination with the Chacoan culture of New Mexico began when he once stood at the center of the great architectural wonder of Pueblo Bonito in Chaco Canyon under a full moon.