Blinded

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White Star Press, Nov 17, 2014 - Fiction - 320 pages
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Sometimes Clear Sight Comes Only After You’re Blinded.

When a rash of elderly deaths occur in Portland, Autumn Rain is called upon to use her ability to read emotions imprinted on physical objects in an attempt to track down the killer. The antiques shop owner and part-time police consultant is more than willing to go undercover to estate sales with detective Shannon Martin. After all, reselling antiques is her business, and spending time with the man she might be falling for is a plus.

But a chilling repeated imprint and a fiery near-death has Autumn rethinking everything she’s learned about her ability and what it has made her become. Nicholas Russo is also back in town, come to claim the favor Autumn owes him. If she doesn’t pay, her life and those of her family will be at risk from the organized crime family, but helping Russo might mean the deaths of other innocent people.

Autumn has no choice but to find out for herself what’s really at stake before she tells him the truth. And then things really get crazy.

 

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About the author (2014)

 Rachel Ann Nunes learned to read when she was four, beginning a lifetime fascination with the written word. She avidly devoured books then and still reads everything she can lay hands on, from children's stories to science articles. She began writing in the seventh grade and is now the author of nearly fifty published books, including the popular Autumn Rain series and the picture book Daughter of a King. Her novel Before I say Goodbye was a Whitney Award winner. Her most recent novel is Blinded (An Autumn Rain Novel).


Rachel and her husband, TJ, are the parents of three boys and four girls. Rachel loves camping with her family, traveling and meeting new people, and, of course, writing. As a stay-at-home mother of seven, it isn't easy to find time to write, but she will trade washing dishes or weeding the garden for an hour at the computer any day! Her only rule about writing is to never eat chocolate at the computer. "Since I love chocolate and writing," she jokes, "my family might never see me again." Rachel writes Monday through Friday in a home office, often with a child on her lap. She takes frequent breaks from writing to build Lego towers or go swimming with the kids.


For more information or to join her e-mailing list, visit http://www.RachelAnnNunes.com.