David Mather ’68 Publishes ‘When The Whistling Stopped’

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David Mather ’68 turns his own experiences as a Peace Corps volunteer and in forestry into his second thrilling novel. A sequel to One For the RoadWhen the Whistling Stopped centers around a young couple’s efforts to stop the decimation of South America’s black-necked swan population by going up against the pulp mill responsible for harmful pollution.

One For the Road follows an isolated Peace Corps volunteer named Tom through the cultural changes and struggles he encounters as he assists with a reforestation project in southern Chile. Mather has lived “off-grid” for more than 40 years.

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