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Cry of the Panther

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On the edge of the American wilderness, eight-year-old Imogen, guided by a vision she does not understand, leads the rescue searchers to the drowned body of her brother while his best friend Connla looks on.

Nearly thirty years later, in another country, the tragic mystery of her brother's death still haunts her. Living alone, she fills the void at the centre of her life by painting the heart-stopping beauty of the landscape around her.

Four thousand miles away, Connla also shuns the world of men in a cabin in the wilderness, capturing its secrets on film. Then newspaper reports of sightings of a rare animal set him off on a trail that will bring the two together at last. But only when the truth about their childhood tragedy is revealed can their wounded hearts begin to heal. And not before another mysterious vision has called up the distant past and averted tragedy once more.

Adam Armstrong's Cry of the Panther marks the debut of an exciting new writer in a magical story of redemptive love and its power to lay to rest the ghost of painful early memories.

Genre: General Fiction

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