The calm Sydney morning is shattered as the Crown family’s car smashes into another. Andy was in the backseat before the terrible accident; now the child is missing. What will become of them when the truth is accidentally exposed?
Daniel Norrish is a disability support worker, and this novel includes a child blinded by immense pressure to the optic nerve. If you have any interest in disability care, this might be the book for you.
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Kidnapping interests Dan more than murder and other crimes, primarily because kidnapping can build more suspense. Are they dead? Are they being held prisoner? In “The Imposter,” thirteen kidnap victims tell the story of their experiences with a masked vigilante. The reader is presented with the perspectives of the captives, most of whom are murdered before they can share their knowledge with anyone other than the reader.
Dan is a disability support worker, and he plans to write a kidnap novel involving a young person with a disability. With his experiences from the field and memories of all the awesome personalities he has worked with, he plans to pump the novel with as much laughter and joy as misery and terror.