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A Genesis Found

A Genesis Found

A drawing of Moundville's famous "Rattlesnake Disc"
In 1938, while working at an excavation at Moundville Archaeological park, Civilian Conservation Corp cadet John Patton Jr. found the key to our darkest secret-- an anomalous skeleton that's neither animal nor man. Uncertain of it's implications, Patton concealed the secret for forty years-- until finally revealing it to the world in a sensational novel that would make him notorious world wide. Claiming the skeleton
was proof of not only the existence of extraterrestrials, but also of their involvement in the evolution of the human race, the novel ruined not only his accomplished career as an anthropologist, but also the respect and support of his family.

Nearly thirty years later, his grandson Gardner, an anthropology student at the University of Alabama, finds himself forced to come to terms with his grandfather's past, a man he never knew but in who's footsteps he inevitably follows. When his cousin, controversial documentary filmmaker Bart Thompson, arrives at Moundville for a seemingly routine shoot, Gardner is eager to help him and his ragtag crew. He soon learns, however, that Bart isn't there just to shoot a movie-- he wants to find the skeleton their grandfather buried nearly seventy years before, and prove once and for all what he claimed was true.

A Genesis Found is an adventure to the heart of one man's quest to understand his beliefs, his purpose, and his heritage. Intriguing, exciting and original, A Genesis Found is a fast-paced, complex mystery, and a probing study of man's connection to nature, to one another, and to God.

18 Dec 2002 :: 14 Nov 2008
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