The Water Man's DaughterBook - 2011
The violent death of a Canadian water company executive in a black township of Johannesburg, throws together a South African anti-privatization activist and the water executive's daughter, Clarie, who arrives suddenly from Canada desperate to understand her father's death. One of these women has a dark secret that could change both their lives. This debut novel, like its characters, is fierce and tender, thought-provoking and emotionally rich. It introduces Emma Ruby-Sachs as an enormously talented, original, and fearless new voice in Canadian fiction. Originally from Toronto, she now lives in Brooklyn, NY. Original TP.
Publisher: Toronto : McClelland & Stewart, 2011
Branch Call Number: RUB
Characteristics: 288 p