The Game Warden

Mary Flodin

Fish and Game Warden is not just Kelli Cavanaugh’s job — it’s her passion. But now, she finds herself fighting not only for the watershed she swore to protect, but for her very life.

When she responds to an anonymous tip about someone dumping toxic waste in a pristine salmon creek, she is attacked from behind and knocked out. She regains consciousness to discover she's been abducted, along with a five-year-old year old girl, by a drug and trafficking cartel. Kelli must escape and save the child, but she's dangling over a very deep, dark precipice.

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Mary Flodin

Mary Flodin

Before settling into the writer’s life, Mary taught environmental education, English, and art for over twenty-five years in California public schools.

She lives in a cottage on the Central California Coast with her husband — a retired NASA climate scientist — and their dog, koi, chickens, and gopher herd, where she spends her time practicing permaculture gardening, plein air painting, making pottery, bird watching, swimming, and enjoying life on the Monterey Bay … and, of course, writing.

An early draft of Fruit of the Devil was a finalist for the Pen Bellwether Prize for Socially Engaged Fiction. Fruit of the Devil is Mary’s first published novel.