Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Review of "The Mounds Anomaly"

The Mounds Anomaly

An ancient gold coin, a mysterious American Indian burial ground, and a Colorado canyon all have something in common---and brilliant archaeologist Mathilda Howard holds the key to solving the puzzle. Warned to keep quiet or lose her job, Mathilda risks her life to expose the truth that could change the entire history of the world in this fascinating mystery.

The mysterious power of that paragraph pulled me into the most amazing story. Archaeology has always fascinated me and I became glued to each chapter.

Though this is a novel of fiction, who knows . . . perhaps there's more truth than fiction on the pages you'll read and you'll want to know more . . . just like Dr. Mathilda (Matt) Howard.

Phyllis brought Dr. Howard's character alive in a way that I would recognize her anywhere. Her personality. Her tenacity. Her courage. 

Now, would you picture Dr. Howard as a tall, beautiful blond with sexy legs and a thin waist or you see her quite the opposite? Well, when you read this "MUST READ" novel, you will find out.

Thank you, Phyllis, for allowing me to post a review on your 5-star book.



1 comment:

Linda Weaver Clarke said...

Wow! This book does sound interesting. Great review!

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