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Eye Wit: A Yoko Kamimura Mystery Paperback – September 22, 2011
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Hazel Dawkins, an editor-writer who started out in London’s newspaper world, has worked in Paris and New York and now is based in Greenfield, Massachusetts. Her factual books on behavioral optometry, a specialty in optometry that is available in forty countries, are published by (and available from) the Optometric Extension Program Foundation in California, the professional organization for optometrists (http://www.oepf.org/). Eye Wit is the second Dr. Yoko Kamimura mystery. The intrepid behavioral optometrist and sleuth was introduced in Hazel’s first mystery, Eye Sleuth, a cozier read, also set in New York City. Dennis Berry’s career as a writer includes stints with the U.S. Forest Service, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, architecture and engineering firms in the Pacific Northwest, the Royal Saudi Navy and the Saudi Aramco oil company in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and The Boeing Company in Seattle. Journalism credits include feature articles for the Daily Astorian in Astoria, Oregon and the Chinook Observer in Long Beach, Washington. Works of fiction, besides Eye Wit, include Mommie Dearest, an Andy Eastman novel, and Papa Doc, another Andy Eastman novel to be published in 2012. Dennis enjoys life with a diminutive yet stalwart badger hound in Oregon’s tsunami zone near the mouth of the mighty Columbia River. Both authors’ books are available at: http://www.murderprose.com.
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Characters, and their relationships, introduced in the first book are developed. However, this book could easily be read as a stand-alone.