Langley author Doris Riedweg’s third work of fiction, Water in the Wilderness, will be released on Saturday, March 31 during a book launch party at the Milner Chapel hall.
This sequel to Riedweg’s 2010 novel, Still Waters, finds her heroine Tyne Cresswell happily married to her beloved Morley, content in her dual role of farmer’s wife and hospital nurse.
“Then a late night conversation with one of her patients sets in motion a series of heartbreaking events that neither she nor Morley could ever have imagined,” reads a synopsis on the publisher’s website.
“But, throughout her darkest nights, Tyne learns that God does, indeed, provide water in the wilderness.”
Riedweg, who also wrote Fury of the Wind — another work of fiction — as well as The Hospital on the Hill, a historical account of Langley Memorial Hospital, will be on hand at the Milner Chapel from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
For those who can’t make it to the book launch to purchase a copy, Water in the Wilderness is available in paperback for $23 from the publisher’s website at libroslibertad.ca. It is also available for Kindle from amazon.com.