The Truth Seekers Mystery Series
Dinosaur Quest at Diamond Peak
By Christina Gerwitz and Felice Gerwitz
Rocky Mountain National Park is home to thousands of wild animals, but a dinosaur? Can it truly be possible that the fossilized remains of Tyrannosaurus rex are millions of years old?
The Trex is found high up near the summit of Diamond Peak. It is a treacherous climb, not for the faint-hearted. A paleontological dig is in progress and Dr. Jack Murphy has been hired to photograph it for a creation science magazine. A turn of events thrusts his teenagers into the middle of this project. It's now up to fifteen-year-old Anna, and sixteen-year-old Christian to complete the assignment. But a warning, followed by a series of incidents, leads the Murphy teens to suspect that things are not what they seem. Is the dinosaur really 65-million years old? Will lab results confirm this finding?
Meanwhile, they deal with theirs hosts' affluent lifestyle, the crazy antics of their neighbors, and the mysterious and life-threatening goings-on at the dig. They must also defend their knowledge in creation against those whose evolutionary beliefs try to undermine their faith. Anna and Christian quickly realize that only by the grace and protection of God will they be able to survive this adventure!
In the Truth Seekers Mystery Series, you'll experience adventure, mystery, heart-stopping suspense, and faith played out first-hand by the Murphy family. This action adventure mystery will keep you guessing to the very end!
One Reader Writers:
We just finished reading your book, Dinosaur Quest at Diamond Peak, and LOVED it!!!! What a blessing. My husband and I homeschool three boys, ages 14, 10 and 7, all with a passion for Creation Science. When I would have to stop reading for the day, they would beg me to read more. Thank you for your commitment to the truth and allowing God to use you to write this book. We look forward to purchasing more of the Truth Seekers Mystery Series books and telling all our friends about them.
God is Good,
- D. Froeschner