Silverhorn Canyon weaves myth into truth and truth into myth. For centuries, archeologists contended Mongolians who crossed the landbridge were the first Native Americans. But were they? In 1996 the controversial discovery of nine-thousand-year-old non-mongoloid remains in Kennewick, Washington changed that theory. When the tribes reclaimed the bones and buried the original site of the find, testing of Kennewick man's identity ended. But the puzzle and speculation over America's first people continues. Blending Native American myth and Celtic legend, the author of this paranormal contemporary fantasy weaves a haunted, romantic story that suggests an extraordinary possibility regarding America's first inhabitants. A legend lives in Silverhorn Canyon. An ancient chant declares that the Silverhorn stag's blood gives power and the antlers give insight. Is the Hart of the Wind legend real? Is it a Native American legend or something far more ancient? Rock Star born ranch girl, Willa Macleod is inexplicably compelled to discover the answer. Magic, tragedy, and an unforeseen and tender love bridge the worlds of myth, and rock music with the still-very-much-wild contemporary west.