North York Central Library welcomes Emma Ruby-Sachs on November 30, 7-8 pm.
The author of the critically acclaimed novel The Water Man's Daughter, Ruby-Sachs is also a lawyer and journalist. She currently works for Avaaz, a global organization promoting activism on issues like climate change, poverty, and corruption.
The Water Man's Daughter is the story of three women who are drawn together by circumstance. Police chief Zembe Afrika must investigate the murder of Peter Matthews, a Canadian water company executive; Nomsulwa Sithu is a young activist leading the fight against water privatization; Claire Matthews' is the distraught daughter of the murdered man. During the investigation, each of the woman will make a decision that will change her life.
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