Drought

Drought

Book - 2014
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A nationwide drought causes the taps to run dry and ex-marine and social worker Martin Makepeace must take drastic action to protect his family, while corrupt politicians try to use the drought to their advantage.
Publisher: Sutton : Severn House, 2014
Edition: First world edition
ISBN: 9780727883995
0727883992
Branch Call Number: FICTION MASTERT GRAHAM
Characteristics: 281 pages ; 23 cm

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Atticus14 Aug 24, 2014

The premise of this book is intriguing, especially in today's America where the divide continues to widen between the haves and the have nots. In this novel, the water is running out, politics reign supreme and the rich get water for their golf courses while the poor dehydrate and die. It's no surprise that Masterton has also written sexual aid books as he seems personally obsessed with brutal rape scenarios. Overall I liked the book. The spookiest part about it is that you could really see it happening in today's America.

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