“Poignant and compelling. Graham captures the small moments in family life.”
REVIEWING THE EVIDENCE

A famed sandstone arch in Arches National Park in southern Utah collapses and takes a woman atop it to her death, ensnaring archaeologist Chuck Bender and his family in lethal questions of environmental monkey-wrenching and political intrigue. As more deaths follow, Chuck and his wife Janelle Ortega race to uncover the killer even as they become murder targets themselves.

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Masterfully plotted in confident prose, Arches Enemy is not only an adventurous and fascinating mystery you can’t put down, it delivers important insight on ancestral cultures and their sacred lands. Scott Graham proves yet again that he is one of the finest.
— CHRISTINE CARBO, author of the Glacier Mystery Series

Poignant and compelling. Descriptions of the landscape make the desert come alive. Graham captures the small moments in family life.
REVIEWING THE EVIDENCE

The oil and gas industry is juxtaposed against the beauty of nature. A fascinating book.
MYSTERY SCENE MAGAZINE

A winning blend of archaeology and intrigue, Graham’s series turns our national parks into places of equal parts beauty, mystery, and danger.
— EMILY LITTLEJOHN, No. 1 Denver Post bestselling author of the Gemma Monroe Mystery Series