Near Santa Fe, a dedicated group of archeologists works diligently on an Indian dig. Tina Martinez, the Anglicized young Indian who is both the camp artist and a spy for her people, senses trouble in the air: Freya, the group leader, is desperately searching for something she hasn't found; Hooper John, a weird kid trying to be an Indian, starts stalking the camp; and Tina's own loyalties are growing painfully divided. As ancient secrets push toward the surface -- and the time of the black clay dance draws near -- a killer is swiftly on the move . . .
Used availability for Cecil Dawkins's Clay Dancers
October 1994 : USA Mass Market Paperback