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Murder, theft, and intrigue in the field of anthropology are at the heart of this top-flight novel by bestselling author Diana Palmer.
Ever since graduating from college, young Phoebe Keller has put her heart on hold and concentrated on her work as curator of a Native American museum in North Carolina. The discovery of an alleged Neanderthal skeleton on a nearby reservation is headline news in her world. When the discoverer of the skeleton is found dead, Phoebe begins to investigate the murder -- with the unwelcome help of FBI agent Jeremiah Cortez, better known as the man who broke her heart three years ago. Against their better judgment, Phoebe and Jeremiah rekindle their romance, blinding themselves to signals of imminent danger until it is almost too late. Ginger Curwen