Blind Willie

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Troubador Publishing Ltd, 2008 - Blind - 289 pages
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Photographer Willie Willcox loses his sight in a car crash. Convinced there is nothing more useless than a photographer with no eyes, he decides to kill himself. After several failed attempts, he lies in the bath with a neck rope attached to the towel rail, ready to swallow the pills and slit his wrists. Then the phone rings.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER ONE
3
CHAPTER TWO
14
CHAPTER THREE
24
CHAPTER FOUR
34
CHAPTER FIVE
52
CHAPTER SIX
81
CHAPTER SEVEN
112
CHAPTER EIGHT
120
CHAPTER NINE
137
CHAPTER TEN
159
CHAPTER ELEVEN
192
CHAPTER TWELVE
213
CHAPTER THIRTEEN
240
CHAPTER FOURTEEN
287
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About the author (2008)

David Sapsted has been a reporter since leaving school in Romford, Essex. He haswritten for The Times and the Telegraph, which he left in 2007 after 18 years. He has also worked and lived in the US - he and Willie share the dubious accolade of having both had car crashes in Wilmington, North Carolina.

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