Books by Michael Ray Taylor

NON-FICTION
Released: April 1, 1999

"In the meantime readers can relish eyewitness accounts of academic fur flying and the nonclaustrophobic can experience the vicarious thrills of cavers for whom getting there is a lot of the fun."
In an account that is half cave adventure, half science venture, intrepid journalist Taylor tells what it's like to collect bacteria samples in the deep and dark and what happens later when experts battle over what the depths reveal. Read full book review >
Released: June 1, 1996

"Mesmerizing, but not recommended for anyone with even a hint of claustrophobia."
Caving exploits, some of them terrifying, elegantly described by Taylor (Journalism/Henderson State Univ.). Read full book review >