Blind Justice

Blind Justice : A Max Gwyther Mystery

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BLIND JUSTICE The summer of 1976 was a hot one, especially for blind authoress Naomi Parker. A sixth sense told Naomi that someone was following her and when her friend, psychologist Dr Jesamine Garner, confirms that fact they decide to enlist the services of private detective Max Gwyther. As Max delves deeper into the case, he discovers that Naomi has attracted the attentions of three stalkers: a local crime lord, a respected enquiry agent and a mysterious American. What is their interest in Naomi? Why do they want Max off the case? And is there a connection to a journalist's murder? MAX GWYTHER Max Gwyther is a private detective based in Porthcawl, South Wales. The Max Gwyther Mystery Series explores a selection of Max's cases from the 1970s through to the millennium. Blind Justice is the first novel in this series.

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  • Paperback | 264 pages
  • 126 x 194 x 24mm | 280g
  • Goylake Publishing
  • North Cornelly, United Kingdom
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 0956690939
  • 9780956690937
  • 1,880,588

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Blind Justice is set in the summer of 1976. The era is evoked authentically through the music, fashions and attitudes of the day. The central character is blind authoress Naomi Parker. The first thing to say about Naomi is that her character is portrayed sympathetically with a deep insight into what it must be like to be blind. Naomi senses that she is being followed and her friend, psychologist Dr Jesamine Garner, confirms that fact. Together they enlist the services of private detective Max Gwyther. As the story unfolds Max discovers that Naomi is being followed, by a local crime lord, an enquiry agent and a mysterious American. The trail leads to murder and the discovery of a dark, hidden secret. Blind Justice is a real page-turner, an ideal book to read on the beach as you soak up the sun. Indeed, the setting of 1976 brings to mind long, hot summer days when the sun shone continuously for weeks on end. The story is also thought-provoking and it leaves the reader with the question 'what is justice, and how can it best be applied?' A very enjoyable book and I look forward to the next in the series.show more
by Daniela Jones