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Tide Turning

by Lars R. Trodson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0989580490, Paperback)

Langley Calhoun isn't out to save the world. He just wants to help his town. With simple courage and conviction, he'll take on issues no one else wants to touch. At the beginning of this affecting new novel, Calhoun receives a phone call from a long-ago acquaintance who says she is dying because the river that feeds the town's water supply is still toxic. The people of the town don't believe it. The politicians don't want to hear it. The real estate agents don't want to talk about it-but because he made a promise to the dying woman, Langley Calhoun must uncover the ugly truths his friends and neighbors don't want to hear.

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Langley Calhoun isn't out to save the world. He just wants to help his town. With simple courage and conviction, he'll take on issues no one else wants to touch. At the beginning of this affecting new novel, Calhoun receives a phone call from a long-ago acquaintance who says she is dying because the river that feeds the town's water supply is still toxic. The people of the town don't believe it. The politicians don't want to hear it. The real estate agents don't want to talk about it but because he made a promise to the dying woman, Langley Calhoun must uncover the ugly truths his friends and neighbors don't want to hear.… (more)

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