Dr. Alice Cameron is a famous scientist—an archeoastronomer—devoted to studying ancient Mayan culture. With her expertise concerning the end of the Mayan baktun, December 2012 finds her on the Yucatan Peninsula with her daughter Nixie . . . along with fellow serious scholars, plenty of end-of-the-world crazies, and—at an international summit—the President of the United States and other heads of state.
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