Canadian-born archaeologist Mark Graham unearths a remarkable discovery while at a dig site in the mountains of Zimbabwe. Fossilized remains of a pterodactyl are found carefully buried alongside those of gigantic human bones. Speculation leads to the possible existence of a mythical race known as Nephilim, a pre-flood people alleged to have descended from both gods and men. But skepticism and sabotage delay Mark and his fellow archaeologists as the dig site is compromised, putting their discovery - as well as his very life - in grave danger. Deceived and framed by trusted friends and colleagues, Mark struggles to safeguard his findings and protect his reputation in order to unearth the mystery behind the Nephilim. About the author: Tracy Krauss grew up in small town Saskatchewan and has enjoyed writing numerous stories, plays, and novels for over twenty years. She received her Bachelor of Education degree in Saskatoon and has lived in many interesting places in northern Canada with her husband and four children. She is a full-time high school teacher of English, Drama, and Art and is also working on three other books. Tracy lives with her husband in Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia. And the Beat Goes On is the sequel to Play it Again.