Mira Chambers has an infallible talent for solving mysteries ... but using it always gets her into worse trouble.
Having spent half her life in asylums, Mira discovers a sense of self-worth, finally, in helping victims of crime. When the matron who helped Mira to regain her independence is abducted, she attempts to save her with the help of ex-army lieutenant, Adam Lockman. But Freddie Leopard, a dangerous sociopath, tries to destroy Lockman′s reputation... and Mira.
Cut off and alone for the first time in her life, Mira is swept into a world of conspiracies and betrayals, where her dream of achieving a normal life is constantly thwarted by the far darker desires of her enemies.
Layers of secrets unravel as her world falls apart - until the ultimate sacrifice presents a chance to save her friend and revisit her lost love in the ′echoes of yesterday.′
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Comments about Leopard Dreaming:
I've been to a few bookstores which have all shelved this new trilogy in THREE different places around the store (Urban Fantasy, SF & Thrillers), and I've never seen that before.
But this book really does have great appeal to readers of each of those genres, equally. Romance readers too, because it gets a bit steamy in places, with an interesting love triangle.
The premise is also unique and intriguing because it challenges normal ideas about Time, including the past, present and future (which the blind heroine can see, under special circumstances that are physically and emotionally painful for her.)
So if you loved the Time Travellers Life, you'll probably love this book, which is the grand finale in the multi-award winning series, that also includes Diamond Eyes and Hindsight.
Series: Diamond Eyes Trilogy
Number Of Pages: 640
Published: 1st October 2012
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 18.4 x 11.3 x 4.1
Weight (kg): 0.34
Edition Number: 3