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LANGDON STREET Press, Nov 1, 2011 - Fiction - 365 pages
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A succession of deaths surround Midwest Research Labs, a Minnesota family business involved in diverse projects—from bird flu research to what the family patriarch, A.M. Pallidin, claims is a philanthropic effort to provide free fresh water to the thirstiest regions of the world. Minneapolis police investigators Mark Truitt and Jamie Littlebird tie together an apparent suicide with a series of crimes that directly implicate the Pallidin family. However, as with every true crime mystery, there is much more evidence to uncover before any facts are confirmed—and at least one version of the truth not only terrorizes Truitt's family, but reaches around the world to determine the fate of an African woman gathering dewdrops. Is it possible that there are those with a great deal of money and power who are committed to a far larger objective—one that threatens to manipulate and control the most elemental aspects of sustenance in an overcrowded planet?

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Until recent adventures took him away from the Iron Range, Dave had the good fortune to live among, and developed an acute appreciation for, the forests and lakes so generously inhabiting the Arrowhead region of Minnesota. His respect for the sensitivity of the natural environment,a keen interest in social and political events, and his enjoyment in telling a story combined to provide the spark for this novel. AUTHOR HOME: Maple Lake, MN

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