Los Angeles, CA, October 06, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- The State of California spent millions of dollars to eradicate it from its clogged waterways; Ventura County Watershed Protection District has an ongoing battle with it in the Santa Clara River; it has been analyzed and studied for use as a biomass in renewable fuels; in 2013 the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a Federal Regulatory Announcement and adopted certain requirements to effectively minimize the risk of crops behaving as invasive species when grown for biofuels; and historically it has and continues to be used today for production of the Bassoon and in woodwind musical instruments.
The subject of all of this controversy that has been going on for years is the invasive aquatic plant species known by its Scientific Name "Arundo Donax" and common name "Giant Reed."
It was just a matter of time before the controversial plant Arundo Donax became the subject of a conspiracy depicted in a fictional novel. In what appears to be the first fictional novel surrounding the controversial subject, such a conspiracy is at the heart of "Secrets of the River Cane, A Corinne Wynters Mystery" by author T.L. Seacliff.
This fast paced thriller set in and around the Santa Clara River in Ventura County, CA is as informative as it is entertaining. With an unpredictable storyline that is expertly written, research for the book that shines through in each and every descriptive detail, this novel with 5 of 5 stars reviews is predicted to become a best seller.
"Secrets of the River Cane" was recently released for sale worldwide on Amazon.com: hyperurl.co/clpnb9
, and Amazon's extended worldwide distribution channels in Paperback and Kindle editions.