The Water KnifeBook - 2015
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From Library Staff
We'll discuss The Water Knife at our January 5, 2017 meeting. Place a hold now.
This title will be discussed February 27.
Near future sci-fi set in the southwest. Missed this book club discussion, but it's still on my to-be-read pile.
Set in the Southwest, this plausible future scenario is especially unsettling to desert dwellers.
PimaLib_SWBooks Nov 24, 2015
Selected by Helen Woodhams as a Southwest Books of the Year 2015 Top Pick.
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