Late on a winter afternoon, China Logan goes out for her usual run along the Potomac River and stumbles onto a shocking crime in progress. For China, it is a life-changing event that marks the end of her ordinary existence. She begins a chilling journey through a perilous new reality. Ancient Native American prophecies about the purification of the Earth seem to be unfolding before her eyes.
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About the Author
Morgan Law spent her early life on a cattle ranch in Texas. The drought of the 1950s brought that pastoral existence to a sad ending, and her family moved away to the city.
Law's educational experience includes an undergraduate degree in Radio-TV-Film and a doctoral degree which focused on social science research methodology. Professionally, she has worked as a research and evaluation specialist and as a policy analyst, and she has been involved in the design and development of numerous computer systems and Web sites.
The author and her husband currently live in Colorado, but they aspire to a gypsy lifestyle and plan to move on to other beautiful places periodically. Law is an avid reader who also loves cooking and eating, traveling, being in the out of doors, and playing tennis. She has been a vegetarian for over ten years, and she is passionate about preservation and respect for the natural environment, animal rights, morality and ethics, and nonviolence as a way of life.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Don't start reading Gaea's Tears when you have something else pressing to do, because you won't want to put it down. The plot and characters engage you right away, and you can't stop turning the pages. It doesn't happen with too many books I read now, but I found myself genuinely caring about what would happen.