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Lotterywinner and ex-journalist Donal Fitzgerald joins forces with his girlfriend, DNRconservation officer Mercy Virdon, to solve the mysterious death of a belovedangler, Charlie, who was murdered in his tent in a state campground and who wasknown by all-and who may have known too much. Set in the engaging small town ofOssning on the Borchard River in Michigan's Upper Peninsula-an angler's dream,filled with eccentric, believable, sympathetic, and unforgettable characters-Riverwatcheris a classic whodunit. Fitzgerald and Mercy's investigation to discover thedeadly secret among the locals leads to dead ends until a surprisingly bookishtheory surfaces. Weber expertly weaves this character-driven novel with astrong sense of place, creating a great yarn for anglers and mystery loversand, as it turns out, a literally literary mystery.