A Fado for the River

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On parole, while trying to survive her freedom, an ex-con comes to the aid of a boy looking for his mother who's left him
to save the bay from a corrupt town.

All Allison wants is to restart her music career. But something's out of whack.
She violates her parole by hacking the missing activist’s website only to realize that she can never reveal the shocking unpublished blog she discovers.

Then she sees a body in the fishkill.

Her parole officer can never know about this—nor can the boy.
Or anyone.

Will doing the right thing send her back to prison?

Tolerance & diversity

The boy who is looking for his mother is loved by immigrants, refugees--and an ex-con.


Who in the small town government is being paid off to manipulate pesticide programs?


If one grain of poison can kill eight people,
what will it do to the bay?

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