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AuthorA. A. Abbott
PublisherPerfect City Press
Publication Date08-Dec-16
Book DescriptionDon't you wish print was easier to read? Here's your answer! This pacy crime thriller has been published in a LARGE PRINT format that's dyslexia-friendly too., , A fake bride in BIG trouble..., , Twenty grand vanished from gangster Shaun Halloran's casino, and so did gorgeous blonde croupier Kat White. Once he's tracked her down, he'll shoot first and ask questions later., , Amy Satterthwaite's just learned Kat stole her ID for a sham marriage. Desperate to clear her name and save her friend from Shaun, she swallows her pride and turns to arrogant Ross Pritchard for help. But can they find Kat in time?, , Twists and tension keep the pages turning in A.A. Abbott's stunning crime thriller. As Kat's trail leads from London's smart Fitzrovia to secret tunnels below central Birmingham, the stakes can't get higher..., , Printed in Verdana 14 point with 1.5 line spacing. The large print in sans serif font, wide line spacing, cream paper and short chapters make this edition a breeze to read. Helpful to readers with visual impairment or visual stress, and dyslexic readers. Also available in traditional paperback and e-book formats.
Editorial ReviewA pacy gripping thriller that kept me hanging in there MJPA, Amazon "Light, pacy contemporary thriller from an assured storyteller...a mix of light entertainment, suspense and wry insight into modern society" Debbie Young, Amazon 1,000 Top Reviewer " If you're into shady dealings and corporate cunning, seasoned with a subplot involving a cure for cancer, this pacy, stylish thriller should be your next read." CA Mathews, Amazon "Another highlight is the dramatic conclusion in the secret tunnels beneath Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter, which makes for an extremely tense and claustrophobic finale." Amazon customer
Number of Pages570