Mysteries of Wolf grew from the author’s first book called Keyhole Cave. Keyhole Cave started as an actual dream that the author had and wrote down. As people read Keyhole Cave, they were captivated by the characters and asked two burning questions: (1) what happened to the Indian boys, and (2) what happened to the modern boys? Mysteries of Wolf took the original story and expounded upon it to answer these two questions. It follows the lives of two groups of boys living in the same region but separated by hundreds of years. History repeats itself, and universal feelings about tragedy and hope cross all cultural boundaries. This wholesome, delightful tale takes the reader on a time-travel adventure into the past to live with prehistoric Native Americans before leaping back to the present era. Issues of love, faith, death, and eternal hope challenge readers to decide for themselves what they believe and how they view their own future. As an educational tool, the author incorporated into this book many archeological terms, methods, and processes. A glossary of terms which may be unfamiliar to some readers is also included.