Attempted murder--Fiction; Blind women--Fiction; Detective and mystery stories, American
It was supposed to be a pleasant autumn walk in a quiet canyon with her German shepherd. But when Noletta Fahr stumbles upon a murder scene, the young law student becomes the next victim.
Believing his bullet has killed Noletta, the murderer flees. But later he finds out firsthand she has survived. However, his alarm quickly turns to smug complacency when he learns she has been blinded by his actions and can’t recognize him. But Noletta’s dog, which has now been trained as a guide dog, is another matter: it seems to remember that fateful day—and him.
As detective Martin Atkinson investigates the theft of the dog, his
instincts tell him there is more to this routine case than meets the eye. What follows is a fast-paced, page-turning tale of intrigue, deception, betrayal, and romance—and a tribute to the resilience of the human spirit.
Gifted author Clair M. Poulson once again delivers an action-drenched plot, believable characters, and heart-pounding suspense that make Blind Side impossible to put down. A must-read for LDS fiction lovers! [publisher's blurb]