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Blind Faith
by Colin Harvey

Release Date: 08/01/08
Genre: Mystery
Pages: 275
Publisher: Swimming Kangaroo
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Author Page: Colin Harvey
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Meet Frances Dedman, aka Faith DuQuayne, who works part-time, reading tarot cards on Brighton Pier.

It’s July 2005 and the eyes of the world are on London. Normally the disappearance of a fifteen-year-old schoolgirl in a nearby seaside town would be headline news, but the July 7th bombings have consigned Natalie Parrish’s disappearance to the inside pages.

When Natalie’s father hires a private investigator, the police aren’t happy about a blind girl and her ex-policeman uncle nosing around, but fighting terrorists is draining their people away, and they need all the help they can get, especially when a second wave of attacks and the shooting of an innocent man stretch them to breaking point.

The police would be even less happy about her involvement if they knew the truth about Frances’ blindness, but not even being to ‘read’ other people can keep her safe. In fact, her blind faith in her abilities may be the biggest danger of all…
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