Blindfold

Blindfold by Lyndon Stacey


ISBN
9780099429449
Published
Binding
Paperback
Pages
496
Dimensions
110 x 178 x 30mm

A stunning new thriller in the bestselling tradition of Dick Francis.

'The blindfold was a major hindrance. So much depended on body language with animals. Without it, it felt uncomfortably like a game of Russian roulette.'

Gideon Blake, artist and animal behaviorist, is used to dealing with distressed and unpredictable animals. But on one cold February night he is faced with the challenge of his life. Abducted from his home, handcuffed and blindfolded, Gideon is inexplicably forced by his violent captors to catch a dangerous and highly-strung stallion. Though severely handicapped by the blindfold and fearing certain death, he has no choice but to comply.
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A stunning new thriller in the bestselling tradition of Dick Francis.

'The blindfold was a major hindrance. So much depended on body language with animals. Without it, it felt uncomfortably like a game of Russian roulette.'

Gideon Blake, artist and animal behaviorist, is used to dealing with distressed and unpredictable animals. But on one cold February night he is faced with the challenge of his life. Abducted from his home, handcuffed and blindfolded, Gideon is inexplicably forced by his violent captors to catch a dangerous and highly-strung stallion. Though severely handicapped by the blindfold and fearing certain death, he has no choice but to comply.

Bruised and bewildered by the events of that fateful night, Gideon ignores his abductors' threats to stay silent and resolves to find out who was behind this sadistic and seemingly irrational act. But a chance encounter leads to a shocking discovery, one that makes Gideon question the motives of those closest to him and brings the devastating realisation that danger lies very close to home.
ISBN:
9780099429449
Publication Date:
03 / 05 / 2004
Pages:
496
Dimensions:
110 x 178 x 30mm

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