Ric Daly’s new book “Cold Trail" is about a team of scientists who had a plan to study a creature that had been extinct for over a million years or so it was thought

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Recent Release “Cold Trail" from Page Publishing author Ric Daly explores how scientists found themselves in a nightmare—facing a mysterious and dangerous being, an ancient creature existing in a modern world to which it did not belong. They were left examining their faith and its interaction with what science thought it knew.

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Ric Daly, a former high school science teacher with a background in physics, chemistry, earth science, astronomy, oceanography, and biology, has completed his new book “Cold Trail": a gripping work that describes how a team of anthropologists continue their research into the mysterious beings and find themselves thrust into a much more recent mystery—a modern murder.

Daly writes, “The old man thought for a moment. ‘I don’t believe or not believe. I have never seen him. But if someone has seen something that I have not, how can I say it wasn’t there? If I don’t see something, that is not proof that it does not exist.’ He studied Wil for a few moments, almost as if looking into his soul. Wil felt the old man’s mind reaching in, strangling the turmoil with which he’d wrestled these past four years. It felt like the old man was speaking directly to him, and he wondered just what he himself really believed. Sam paused again, looked at Officer Sterns, and asked, ‘But you’re a policeman. Why is a policeman seeking a legend?’”

Published by Page Publishing, Ric Daly’s riveting story details how the scientists also uncover much evidence of the presence of the mysterious hominids, but no proof.

They were first confronted by these creatures in the African Rift Valley, found the connection to the cryptohominids around Willow Creek, and are tracking them now in Alaska, where they also have to sort out the creatures’ behaviors from those of a modern-day killer. Now it’s twice the mystery, with even more questions lurking in the shadows.

Readers who wish to experience this intriguing book can purchase “Cold Trail" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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