by Pete Sheild
Fiction - Adventure
ABOUT THE BOOK
Dr. Colby Phillips, a professor of anthropology and archeology, sets out with his grandson Jimmy to dig in South Dakota Indian graves, searching for the Thomas Jefferson Peace Medal, the Holy Grail of artifact collecting. They quickly learn they are in a race with bandits and bureaucrats, a river is rising, and the whole enterprise may be damned, but with new friends and a revised sense of his own strength, Dr. Phillips stands up to everything that is in his way—including his own desires.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Pete Sheild is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and Marquette University School of Dentistry. He is a member of the Wisconsin Writers Association and Red Oak Writing. His first book, Sermons From Thy Father, chronicles his father’s journey into the ministry and contains sermons from his first church in Redfield, South Dakota. Retired from dentistry, Pete now enjoys fishing, family time, and writing. He and his wife, Christa, live in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin.