Kansas, 1878 A natural wonder, is about to be profaned - but not if Eden Murdoch can prevent it. She and her daughter have returned to Solomon Spring to seek solace after the death of Eden's Cheyenne husband. But when the owner of the Solomon Spring Company decides to bottle its mystical waters, Eden decides she must stop this travesty. Inspired by Thoreau's essays on civil disobedience, she enjoys some early success, but makes enemies in the process. Meanwhile, her past catches up to her: Brad Randall, Eden's one-time lover, brings news that the son lost to Eden as an infant fourteen years before has been located and is living nearby. The joy of her reunion with Brad and with her son is clouded by the reappearance of Lawrence Murdoch, Eden's first husband. The warring couple plunges into a vicious custody battle. When Murdoch is found murdered in an alley, Brad is jailed and sentenced to hang. To save him, Eden must solve the murder, and bring the real killer to justice.
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