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The Camera's Eye

The Camera s Eye Professional photographer Veronica Lorimer wakens to the sound of a rock crashing through the front window of the Puget Sound island retreat she shares with retired prosecuting attorney Charlotte M

  • Title: The Camera's Eye
  • Author: Judith Kirscht
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 422
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Professional photographer, Veronica Lorimer, wakens to the sound of a rock crashing through the front window of the Puget Sound island retreat she shares with retired prosecuting attorney, Charlotte McAllister As the attacks continue and worsen, the local police blame a local vagrant boy, but Veronica and Charlotte suspect the source may involve their own pasts and VeroniProfessional photographer, Veronica Lorimer, wakens to the sound of a rock crashing through the front window of the Puget Sound island retreat she shares with retired prosecuting attorney, Charlotte McAllister As the attacks continue and worsen, the local police blame a local vagrant boy, but Veronica and Charlotte suspect the source may involve their own pasts and Veronica s estranged family As they get closer to the truth, a sudden discovery pitches their search toward tragedy.

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    1. Judith Kirscht's latest novel, The Camera's Eye, takes on some big issues—among them, homosexuality, intolerance in the name of religion, and police incompetence. The setting is an island in Puget Sound, with the requisite charming cottage.Veronica Lorimer is a not-quite-divorced woman who shares a house with her friend, Charlotte McAllister, a retired prosecutor. We learn in the first chapter that Veronica's children and her sister hate her because they believe she left her husband for Charlo [...]

    2. The Camera’s Eye (New Libri Press) by Judith Kirscht is a novel that I’m convinced should be the first of a mainstream mystery series. The central characters, Veronica and Charlotte, are so likable and so well drawn the reader doesn’t want to let them go away for good at the end of the novel. For me, that means, “Series, please.”Veronica Lorimer is a professional photographer with a camera she calls “Constance the Nikon.” Charlotte McAllister is a retired prosecuting attorney. They [...]

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