Michigan Prehistory Mysteries Re-published as an e-Book
MISSOULA, Mont. – Michigan author Betty Sodders has re-released Michigan Prehistory Mysteries as an electronic book, which was first published as a print book in 1990.
Michigan Prehistory Mysteries is a valuable and unique contribution to the study of prehistory in the United States. For anyone interested in prehistory, it is a “must!” Why? Because nowhere else is it possible for serious researchers to find factual, detailed information about the land and the people as they were before the advent of modern European colonists. For it is a fact that sites and artifacts have been eroded and lost through casual handling during the years when the academic society was turning a blind eye to reality.
“Ms. Sodders gives the most thorough story and analysis we’ve seen of a set of three clay statues found near Newberry [Michigan], known as the ‘McGruer’s Gods,’ said C. Fred Rydhom, reviewer of Michigan Prehistory Mysteries. “While the author says she would like to see these remain as mysteries, she does a good job of unveiling many clues and secrets that afford a clear picture of the theory that travelers from far off places spent considerable time in what is now Michigan thousands of years ago.”
Author Betty Sodders enjoys her 33rd year as a freelance, outdoor writer who likes delving into prehistory, nature, hunting and fishing sports, and animal studies. Michigan Prehistory Mysteries is available for $9.99 at Amazon.com’s Kindle store, at BN.com as a Nook book, and at www.FiveValleysPress.com.