You can purchase the book Broken River as a kindle book or as a printed book at Amazon. If you do not have the time to do that right now, you can read a synopsis of the book below.
The Synopsis of Memphis 7.9 begins with an explanation of why I wrote my books. Broken River originated as part of the same book as Memphis, but a kind reviewer pointed out that I had too many things going, and the story of the river was a separate issue. I took his advice and pulled it out.
Realize that the Mississippi River, indeed the entire water system of the central United States, is a man-made structure. It is a construction of levees and dams that control the flow of the water that flows from the north. Much of it is built to defy the plan of gravity. As a result, it is very susceptible to damage from seismic events.
In 1811 and 1812 damage along the Ohio and Mississippi River was wide-spread and in some cases awesome. Now that the waterways are man-made, the damage will be even more significant. OI chose for the event to happen during a time of flooding, in the month of May. If it happens in the dryer months, the effects will not be so problematical until later when the river rises with the annual flows.
Let me introduce you to the main characters of Broken River: