What you can’t see might be murder.
(Harcourt Children’s Books)
Winter stops hiding Tricia Farni on Good Friday.
When a truck plunges through the thinning ice of Alaska’s Birch River, Tricia’s body floats to the surface– dead since the night she disappeared six months earlier.
The night Roswell Hart fought with her.
The night Roz can’t remember.
Missing things is nothing new to sixteen-year-old Roz. She has macular degeneration, an eye disease that robs her central vision. She’s constantly piecing together what she sees– or thinks she sees–but this time her memory needs piecing together. How can Roz be sure of the truth if her own memory has betrayed her? Can she clear her name of a murder that she believes she didn’t commit?
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(Zest Books, October 2012)
“Losing Your Sight Shouldn’t Mean Losing Your Rights”
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