Power: A Robin McFarland Mystery
Published by: Inanna Publications & Education Inc.
Imprint: Inanna Publications and Education Inc.
Sales Date: 2024-05-01
Available: May 2024
200 Pages, 5.50 x 8.25 x 0.40 in
Not Yet Published
Wry, forthright Home and Garden reporter Robin MacFarland has somehow gotten herselfalong with her best friend and investigative journalist colleague Cindyassigned by their newspaper editor to examine the deep rooted causes of homelessness in Toronto, Ontario. Their investigation quickly reveals that environmental racism not only created hydroelectric power, it harmed the environment and displaced a large population of Indigenous people. When the Premier of Ontario dies at Robin's family cottage in Muskoka, Robin sets about proving that he was murdered against a tide of objection from Huntsville's police force. Though she's only supposed to be along for the ride, Robin MacFarland is honest to a fault, committed to justice and, though she's always willing to laugh at herself, also always willing to look for the hard truth no matter where it?s hiding. Robin needs to figure out exactly how his death was disguised to look like an accident, what his part was in a dirty web surrounding the creation of more electric power, who knocked him off, and finally, how all this will impact her family.