Blind Curve

Blind Curve

Book - 2005
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Pinned by gunfire during a sting operation to get illegal weapons off the street, police detective Danny Sinofsky is disturbed when his vision suddenly starts flickering on and off. Although he gets out alive, nothing can save his sight. The cause: a slight head injury incurred during a drug bust several days before. Furious, confused, and feeling helpless, Danny does not want to accept the devastating fact that he will never see again. Martha Crowe is sure Danny doesn't remember her, the plain girl in high school who'd had a crush on him. Ten years later, she's a mobility instructor, and it's her job to get through Danny's wall of anger and make him face reality. But reality takes a very dangerous turn when Danny is attacked and she's the sole witness. The two are whisked a safe house where Danny realizes there's much more to his stern instructor than he'd thought.
Publisher: New York : Warner Forever, c2005
ISBN: 0446613584 (pbk.)
Branch Call Number: ROM SOLOMON
Characteristics: 366 p. ; 18 cm


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