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Set on the waters and shores of Lake Champlain, THE LAKE OF LIVING WATER is a novel imbued with a deep sense of place, with the contours and layers of landscape and history.

It’s 1979, and Vermont state police detective Tom Durham has arrived to investigate a brutal death on the lake. At the same time, old human remains have been discovered at a site used for shipbuilding ...
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The Lake of Living Water

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Overview

Set on the waters and shores of Lake Champlain, THE LAKE OF LIVING WATER is a novel imbued with a deep sense of place, with the contours and layers of landscape and history.

It’s 1979, and Vermont state police detective Tom Durham has arrived to investigate a brutal death on the lake. At the same time, old human remains have been discovered at a site used for shipbuilding during the war of 1812, turned up along the ever-changing shore…

So begins a confluence of people and their stories, current and past: Stories of love, murder, war, and migration; stories of the human heart and the natural world, flowing together to reveal the ancient power and endless mystery of an inland sea.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015561999
  • Publisher: Liminal Editions
  • Publication date: 10/6/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 164
  • File size: 492 KB

Meet the Author

Inspired by nature and a strong sense of New England place, Kevin Macneil Brown writes mystorical fiction: novels that combine mystery, history, myth, and adventure to tell stories about the past and present intertwined.
Brown is a long distance trail runner, a poet and essayist, a working singer/songwriter and steel guitar player, and a landscape painter. All these pursuits come into play in hisnovels and poems.
Most of all, Brown's books come from a deep exploration of New England land and life. He live in Montpelier, Vermont, and spends as much time as he can exploring the shores of
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