The Blind Spots: The highly inventive near-future detective mystery from the acclaimed author of Darktown

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From the acclaimed author of Darktown comes the most inventive crime novel since Minority Report.

'It's rare to find a thriller with such a fantastic and original concept. I was gripped' --- Anthony Horowitz

In a world where a global event has blinded every person on the planet, one detective seeks a murderer who should not, cannot, exist.


Seven years ago, everyone in the world went blind in a matter of months. Technology helped people adjust to the new normal, creating a device that approximates vision, downloading visual data directly to people's brains. But what happens when someone finds a way to manipulate it and change what people see?

Homicide detective Mark Owens has been on the force since before The Blinding. When a scientist is murdered, and the only witness insists the killer was blacked out of her vision, Owens doesn't believe her - until a similar murder happens in front of him. With suspects ranging from tech billionaires to anti-modernity cultists, Owens must conduct an investigation in which he can't even trust his own eyes...

PRAISE FOR THOMAS MULLEN

'Terrific entertainment' - Stephen King

'Superb'
- Ken Follett

'Magnificent and shocking' - Sunday Times

'Written with a ferocious passion that'll knock the wind out of you' - New York Times

'Fascinating, grim and unsettling' - Guardian

'A terrific story' - The Times

'From the very first page of Darktown, I was stunned, mesmerized' - Attica Locke

Product Details

Price
£21.99  £20.89
Publisher
Little, Brown Book Group
Publish Date
Language
English
Type
Hardback
EAN/UPC
9781408715048
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