Logan McCrea has lost everything he values wealth and career, family and love. But an unlikely contact gives him a temporary job: spend six months on Oregon's Deschutes River checking out a low-priority and probably meaningless terrorist lead.
It's a chance for Logan to rebuild his life and maybe reconnect with his 19-year-old daughter, Samantha, who was seriously injured in an accident. Logan and Sam pack up what little they have left and move to Maupin, a small town on the Deschutes, and face an uncertain and ultimately dangerous future.
More than a thriller, River in the Sun explores life's big questions:
*Where do you find love?
*Can you overcome your past?
*What is the nature of divine grace?
*. . . and is it morally wrong to catch steelhead on nymphs?
"Scott Richmond writes a splendid novel blending fly fishing, second-chance love, and international mystery. His colorful characters, clever plot, and fishing know-how make this book a gift for those who love to fish or read" Craig Lesley, author of Winterkill and The Sky Fisherman
About the Author:
Scott Richmond is the award-wining author of nine books, including Fishing in Oregon's Deschutes River. He is also the creator of Westfly.com, the leading website for western fly anglers. Scott lives in West Linn, Oregon.