Second Sight

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HarperPaperbacks, 1998 - Fiction - 449 pages
9 Reviews
Marlie Kaplan is an investigating reporter digging up dirt on a corrupt corporation when her partner, a photographer, is killed in a warehouse explosion that leaves Marlie blind. After undergoing experimental surgery to restore her sight, she suddenly discovers that not only can she see again, but she can also sense the hidden motivations and subtle personality traits that friends and family want to conceal. When it comes to her enemies, however, Marlie's newfound second sight may not be powerful enough to protect her. And soon she is on the run, desperately searching for answers and struggling to stay alive.

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User Review  - L8blmr - Goodreads

This book, my first by this author, was pretty good, though not of the caliber of the Lisas' work (Jackson and Gardiner). I felt the story was at least 50, maybe as many as 100 pages too long. The ... Read full review

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User Review  - Katey - Goodreads

I started this book a while back, but didn't get a chance to finish it until today. It was slow, until closer to the end. I read this as part of my 2015 reading challenge. Read full review

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Amos is a graduate of Mercer County Community College in New Jersey, where she obtained her nursing degree, and Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA, where she earned a degree in Health Administration. She was born in New York.

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