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The Blind Man of Seville by Robert Wilson

In The Blind Man of Seville, Javier Falcon is a homicide detective in Seville, one of Spain's most beautiful and dangerous cities. He investigates a case where a serial killer has sliced the eyelids off people and forced them to watch a viedotape with unknown horrific images as they died. As he delves into the mystery, it leads back to his own deceased father which leads him to read his father's diaries in an attempt to understand why. In doing so, the true story of his father's life, as well as his own, begins to unravel for him. On the verge of a breakdown himself, Falcon must not only solve the crime, but the mysteries of his own life as well. Robert Wilson (author of A Small Death in Lisbon) has written a psychological thriller the Deseret Morning News describes as "a masterful suspense novel beautifully written."
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