Caroline Ludovici grew up traveling and living an adventuresome life. She has taken those experiences and her love of history and archeology to create the book, "The Obsidian Mask".
Published in January, "The Obsidian Mask" chronicles four teens who meet on a dig, because their archaeologist parents work together, and are thrown together under “quite unexpected and frightening circumstances.”
It is the first book in a trilogy.
“Being a bit of an old adventurer and explorer, you'll see that my books are down to earth, true to life, exciting and realistic. That means no wizards, no goblins, no morphing werewolves, and definitely no magic spells. Just good, believable, exciting, realistic stories that we can all relate to,” the Montgomery County resident writes on her Web site.