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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Mystery & Detective / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:350
  • eBook ISBN:9780907677741

The Colour of Her Eyes

by Conan Kennedy

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A girl arrives from London. She comes out of the station door. And walks along by the sea in an ordinary English seaside town. Then she rents herself a flat in an ordinary street. Canada Grove it’s called. OK it has a few trees. Maybe that makes it a grove. But it’s not in Canada, it’s in Bognor Regis in Sussex in England. And why is she there?
This is the story of Ruth Taylor. We meet her first as a troubled schoolgirl in a poor part of London. Her teacher there is John Dexter. They have a brief meeting, and do not meet again for five years. By then he is a married man with children, and she a single mother of a daughter. They have another brief connection, and do not meet again for another five years. The Colour of Her Eyes tells the story of why, and what hapoens then, and who they really are. And tells the story of the investigation of a crime by Detective Inspector Harris.
About the author
Conan Kennedy is an Irish writer and journalist. Author of many books, both fiction and non-fiction, his non-fiction interests include Irish history, mythology and genealogy. (His best selling Ancient Ireland – User’s Guide is available as an eBook). Novels include Here Be Ghosts (available now as eBook), The Colour of Her Eyes (available as an eBook), and (pBook/hardcopy)The Nottingham Road Hotel, The Snake Dancer of Sati Choura and The Girl in the Butterfly Dress. Conan Kennedy has lived and worked in Africa and the USA, and now divides his time between Ireland and Italy. A Walk on The Southside (pBook/hardcopy publication) tells more.