Trick of Light

Trick of Light

Book - 1998
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Baker & Taylor
Kay Farrow, a colorblind photographer, roams San Francisco in search of clues to the death of her mentor, a photojournalist who mysteriously wandered into a netherworld of decadence

Blackwell North Amer
A new thriller again featuring colorblind photographer Kay Farrow as she probes a mysterious death in San Francisco's Mission District.
When distinguished photojournalist Maddy Yamada is struck by a motorcyclist at two in the morning in a seedy area far from her Marina apartment, Kay Farrow's grief is tempered by suspicion. What could have drawn the reclusive Maddy so far from home at such an hour? Kay believes Maddy's work-in-progress - blurry, abstract images uncharacteristic of a woman famous for her unsparing clarity of vision - holds elusive clues, clues Kay is determined to decipher.
Tracing old photographs and undeveloped film discovered in one of Maddy's cameras, Kay begins to bring into focus Maddy's activities at the time of her death. Lurking in her path is a netherworld of decadence and evil - and evidence that Maddy's death was no accident.

Baker
& Taylor

Kay Farrow, a colorblind photographer, roams San Francisco in search of clues to the death of her mentor, a photojournalist who mysteriously wandered into a netherworld of decadence. By the author of The Magician's Tale.

Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam, [1998]
Copyright Date: ©1998
ISBN: 9780399143939
0399143939
Branch Call Number: FIC Hu 1998
Characteristics: 385 pages ; 24 cm

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