Copper Evening: A Clay Arnold Thriller
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When world-famous photographer, Clay Arnold, visits his son in the Keweenaw Peninsula, little does he know that they and their friends will be trapped under Brockway Mountain by an angry, cancer-stricken man who seeks a sacred and mystical Megis shell that he believes has the power to cure him.
The Keweenaw Peninsula is located in the northernmost part of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, a region known as Copper Country because of huge deposits of copper ore that were mined for many years. The Keweenaw was also home to ancient Paleo-Indians whose contemporary Chippewa descendants still protect the Megis shell’s incredible healing powers from non-believers.
Copper Evening is the fifth story in the Clay Arnold series and is a spellbinding adventure that pits Clay and his son against a desperate, wealthy adversary and the Windigo, an evil man-eating spirit, that lives under the mountain.
The tale is replete with mystical Indians, a copper mine over a mile deep, ancient cave art, and precious diamonds. Only perseverance and camaraderie among Clay and his friends and a touch of Indian sorcery can save them from being entombed underground forever.