Daughter of the Gods

Genre: Action Adventure, Fantasy, Mystery, Sci-fi
£2.99

Book Summary

Maat-su, daughter of the gods. Object of beauty & power brought to Earth to watch over the human race. Lusted after for tens of thousands of years by those who sought to use her for their own dark purposes.
Maat-su, the lapis lazuli skull, created on a world far from our own. Present at the birth of the first great civilisation of Atlantis, rescued at its fall and carried half way across the world to guide the emergence of a second. One whose legacy strikes wonder into hearts even today.

Far in the future, in 2013, Gemma Mason returns home to England after an abortive expedition through the deserts of Arizona in search of the blue obsidian skull, Gal-Athiel. Wanting only to return to her quiet life, Gemma soon realises this is not to be. After a series of murders, break-ins, and a disturbing encounter with a sinister stranger it becomes clear that someone else is looking for the skulls. Someone who is prepared to stop at nothing to get to them first.

Will Gemma be their next target?

About the Author

Storyteller, poet & author.

Goddess in training and ballroom diva (at least in her imagination).

D.K. (otherwise known as Dawn) Henderson lives and writes in the mystical,
magical county of Wiltshire, England surrounded by crop circles, the ancient & mysterious stone monuments of Stonehenge and Avebury, and her own family of crystal skulls. When she isn't wandering the ancient downlands that inspire her novels and poetry, or conversing with her unseen friends, you'll probably find her pottering in the garden, foraging in the hedgerows or following her other passion, executing a nifty cha cha or elegant waltz on the dance floor.

DKH (a friend came up with this nickname and it stuck) is the author of The Skull Chronicles. As her alter ego, Dawn Henderson, she is the author of 'Forgotten Wings: a guidebook to spiritual growth and personal transformation'.

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