CRO-MAGNON by Robert Stimson

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CRO-MAGNON is an archaeological techno-thriller, 145,000 words. Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child meet Jean Auel.

Do you wish you could chuck your workaday life, travel to a mountain fastness, and engage in a mortal struggle? When Ian Calder, burned-out paleoanthropologist, and Caitlin Blaine, brain-scanning geneticist, are dragooned by a ruthless industrialist to dive on a waterlocked cave in Tajikistan, they find not only perma-frosted prehistoric bodies but also wall drawings that recount the travails, told in an interlocking story, of an outcast Cro-Magnon woman and her half-Neanderthal baby. Meanwhile the two conflicted scientists, facing imminent death, must escape into a frozen wilderness with a priceless burden.

About Robert Stimson

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Published October 23, 2010 534 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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