The Waterkeeper's Daughter
by Joan A Mauch
THE WATERKEEPER’S DAUGHTER is about what happens when a very angry man seeks revenge for the devastation wreaked on his family by the spraying of pesticides back in the fifties. Because of that, his mother died from cancer; his brother contracted Parkinson’s; they lost the family farm; and his father committed suicide. Now someone’s got to pay and he knows exactly who that someone will be. Very soon the word “regret” will have a whole new meaning for the one who did this—but by then it will be too late.
“Lisa’s husband is dead. Her daughter is missing. An unknown event from the distant past has come to visit revenge on a woman whose only crime is a vague tie to her estranged in-laws. This terrific whodunit will keep you guessing to the final pages.” —Wayne Sapp, author of ARCTIC LIONS