To most men, the face of Mars is inscrutable. To Dr. Ernest Lawrence Kelley, a former NASA brain who has mined from afar the topography of Earth's planetary neighbor, it may just hold long-concealed answers to the very origin of humanity. But can he survive to learn the true nature of our species?
Face on the Horizon is the spellbinding new work of science fiction by Scott T. Sutton that follows one man on a mission to Mars, which may just lead him to ancient secrets about his native Earth. Kelley is recruited by an intelligence community to head up a manned mission to study mystifying constructions on Mars, which instead opens a Pandora's box of clues that link the planet and its prior inhabitants to earlier civilizations in Sumer and Egypt.
It turns out that Earth dwellers were in the celestial crosshairs of an enemy race formed from genetically altered human DNA. The question remains: Who was the mastermind of this evil Earth twin, and are they capable of rising from the ashes of Mars to wreak further havoc on humans? Find out in Face on the Horizon, the searing sci-fi read with a fascinating historical twist.
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About the Author
Scott T. Sutton has been in the wine business for thirty years. Face on the Horizon is his debut published work of science fiction. The author is married, owns two cats and an old Honda. He also still cuts his own grass.