Sunday, June 19, 2016
Taking on Water by David Rawding
When James Morrow, a social worker, first meets Kevin Flynn, he suspects the teen is being abused. To learn more about Kevin’s home life, he gets to know the boy’s father, Tucker, who’s a lobsterman. James is able to put his suspicions to rest, and the two families begin to form a friendship.
When a kid at the local recreation center dies of an overdose, Detective Maya Morrow adds the case to the long list related to the drug problem plaguing the small New Hampshire coastal town of Newborough. But her investigation gets her much too close to the dangerous players.
Both the Morrows and the Flynns are holding dark secrets, and when their lives collide, tragedy is inevitable.
About the Author:
David Rawding has a BA in English from The University of New Hampshire and an MFA in Fiction from Southern New Hampshire University. He has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize, and his short stories have been published in numerous literary journals and magazines. David spent three years as a fly-fishing guide in Alaska, worked several years at a non-profit for at-risk youth, was an online adjunct professor, and has a litany of other jobs in his wake. When he’s not writing, he enjoys traveling the world with a backpack and a fly rod.
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Taking on Water is a fascinating book. James Morrow and Tucker Flynn start out on the side of the good guys, but by the end of the book, circumstances and other things drive them into fuzzy areas at best, with consequences you’ll have to read to discover.
What starts out as a pretty good page-burning thriller turns into the profile of a psychological nightmare, a glimpse into the mind of a man as he goes mad and goes on a killing spree. And we get to watch it from the inside out and cringe—and even cry.
Heat Rating: R
Length: 212 Pages
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