- Author:Clyde Lynwood Sawyer
- Publisher:Avocet Pr Inc; 1st edition (January 1, 2000)
- Pages:352 pages
- FB2 format1576 kb
- ePUB format1194 kb
- DJVU format1168 kb
- Formats:mobi doc mbr lrf
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An Uncertain Currency. I loved Uncertain Currency. I was exteremly well-written and held my attention at all times. I couldn't wait to see what would happen. Select Format: Paperback. Great characters, great story. Teen and Young Adult.
ISBN-10 : PB 661072-7-6 ISBN-13 : PB 978-661072-7-2. Publisher's Write-Up. Our main character is Mario Castigliani, an erratically gifted psychic who arrives in small town America, where he is asked by the local lawman to lend his talent to a series of suicides.
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This book written by two authors is quite interesting; you will follow Mario both in his past and present.
A psychic mind reader finds himself in the middle of a murder mystery in the south of USA. As he arrives to the small town the police approaches him and asks for help regarding a suspicious suicide. It will not take long until Mario Castigliani will find himself onto something bigger than just a suicide. This book written by two authors is quite interesting; you will follow Mario both in his past and present.
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Nevertheless, authors Witlin and Sawyer have combined these disparate elements to craft a compelling tale, abetted by a fine and fiercely drawn cast of characters. Mario Castigliani, an aging European aristocrat and widower, has a genuine psychic gift that he has lovingly named la Lucia. But he has abused his power to the extent he can no longer count on it to earn his living.