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Dec 04, 2007
| ISBN 9781440630866
Dec 04, 2007 | ISBN 9781440630866
They’re called indigo children- and one by one, they’re disappearing-in this “clever, witty and insightful”(San Diego Union Tribune) mystery. Deputy Sheriff Carla Day is looking into the disappearances of a few “indigo babies”-gifted children who radiate a purplish glow, according to aura-seers. Then a fifteen-year-old indigo child, Tamina, falls off a hillside rock to her death, and nobody knows whether it was an accident, suicide, or murder. And just before dying, she whispers concern for her own secret baby. Carla’s father, an aging Egyptologist, might be able to help: he befriended the girl, but in his mental decline he confuses Tamina with Ta-Ent, a mythical journeywoman. Carla has a town full of unreliable witnesses; if only she knew which of them to discount.
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