D for Daisy

D for Daisy
The Daisy Hayes Trilogy I

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D for Daisy by Nick Aaron

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D for Daisy
The Daisy Hayes Trilogy I

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During World War II a Lancaster bomber landed at its base in England after an op on Berlin, and the pilot was carried off dead. His young wife Daisy soon found out that he had been murdered. But she was only a woman, blonde and pretty, and blind since birth: so who was going to listen to her? In the mayhem of the bombing campaign, who even cared? She was going to have to find the murderer on her own.
“Using the carefully plotted twists and turns of the murder mystery, throwing in a highly unconventional blind sleuth with her very own take on the world, Nick Aaron lifts the genre to a more thoughtful level.” - The Weekly Banner

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