Captain Sean Mulkerin comes home from the sea to find his family’s Malibu ranch in jeopardy. The death of Sean’s father has pushed his mother to the edge of financial ruin, and now it’s up to Sean to find a way out. The rumor is that the elder Mulkerin found gold in the wild and haunted California hills, but the only clue to its whereabouts lies with an ancient, enigmatic Indian.
When Sean and his brother set forth to retrace their father’s footsteps, they know they are in search of a questionable treasure—with creditors, greedy neighbors, and ruthless gunmen watching every move they make. Before they reach their destination, the Mulkerins will test both the limits of their faith and the laws of nature as they seek salvation in a landscape where reality can blur like sand and sky in a desert mirage.
About the Author
LOUIS L'AMOUR (1908-1988) was born in Jamestown, North Dakota. He left school at 15 to travel the world. While in his thirties, he began writing novels about life on the Western frontier. His first big success, "Hondo", was made into a John Wayne movie. L'Amour wrote 100 books in all, which sold over 200 million copies worldwide, and several short stories.
Erik Singer's theatrical credits include the title role in "The Hostage, A Life in the Theatre, Greetings, Stones in His Pockets", national tours of "Othello" and "The Taming of the Shrew, Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde", and "The Tempest". TV credits include "All My Children" and "As the World Turns", and the A&E "Biography" as Vincent Van Gogh. Other audiobooks include "The Dogs of Babel", and "The Five People You Meet In Heaven".