From darkest Africa to sunny California, from a village in Vietnam to the victims of a serial killer who stalks by numbers through their homes, The Touch is a treat for readers who like a clever
plot with no loss of pace.
With her fifteenth birthday party happily behind her, Amy Jones hardly suspects that a curse as ancient as Greece or some ruthless raids of twin children in Nigeria, over fifteen years earlier, could have
anything to do with her.
Yet this killer is creative and hard to kill, forcing the FBI to play at the top of their game as his trail of victims creeps nearer to Professor George Holmes. He alone knows how much trouble Amy is in, and
how Amy alone can get out of it.
As much a history mystery as a revenge thriller, The Touch combines past and present as intriguingly as any whodunnit.
ISBN : 978-1-78830-741-3
Pages : 318
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
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