Blind Spot by Judy Mercer

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National bestselling author Judy Mercer has kept the thrills in high gear in three Ariel Gold novels: Fast Forward, Double Take, and Split Image -- which was dubbed a Page Turner of the Week and hailed as "sexy suspense that will keep you guessing" by People magazine. Mercer, whose writing "makes John Grisham's thrillers seem like the work of a rank amateur" (Cleveland Plain Dealer), brings back Ariel Gold, who has struggled to recreate her life after a brutal attack wiped out her memory. It is because of her own traumatic past that the Los Angeles TV newsmagazine correspondent can't sit still when a friend is suddenly blinded by contaminated eye drops. Ariel refuses to believe that she was merely an unlucky victim of product tampering -- and she sets out with her grandfather, a spunky Southern charmer, to find answers. But when she receives a troubling letter from a woman she cannot recall, Ariel must decide: is it a message from an unremembered friend -- or a masked warning?

About Judy Mercer

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Judy Mercer is the author of four critically acclaimed thrillers featuring Ariel Gold -- "Blind Spot, Fast Forward, Double Take" and "Split Image." She received a degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Georgia, and has worked as a news reporter, disc jockey, advertising copywriter, advertising director, and freelance writer. She lives in Marin County, California, with her husband.
Published January 1, 2000 by Pocket Books.
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Obviously Ariel is supposed to know both Dorothy and the suspected murderer, but her amnesia makes unearthing any memory of them an intolerably extended exercise as she questions her wealthy grandfather and networks with his socialite friends, dividing her time between L.A.

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How people react to sudden, personal tragedy is the question at the center of Mercer's latest Ariel Gold page-turner, which opens when Ariel's friend and yoga teacher, Laya, is blinded by a bottle of eyedrops that contains a corrosive chemical.

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