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Song of the Sound By Adam Armstrong

Song of the Sound
by Adam Armstrong

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For Libby, the job in New Zealand seemed perfect - a settled home for her daughter, and a chance to study the whales and dolphins. And when she met John-Cody Gibbs, with his deep understanding of the place, she thought she had found the right man, but he has a dark secret in his past to overcome.
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Song of the Sound by Adam Armstrong

For Libby, expert in whale and dolphin communication, the job in New Zealand seemed perfect. She could provide a settled home for her daughter Bree, while she studied the marine creatures she loved in on of the world's last unspoilt places. And when she met John-Cody Gibbs, who had an understanding of the wildlife of the place so profound that it was almost magical, it seemed as if she might at last have found the man she could share her life with. But John-Cody was still grieving the loss of Mahina, the woman he had loved for more than twenty years, and who had taught him all he knew. He had a dark secret in his past, and enemies who were more than ready to use it to destroy his earthly paradise. It took a dangerous voyage into the mountainous seas of the Southern Ocean and a mystical encounter with the whales to give him the freedom Mahina had wanted for him. The story of new-found love in a setting of unforgettable majesty, and a visionary journey into the living heart of the natural world.

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About Adam Armstrong


Adam Armstrong was born in 1962. He lives in Norfolk, England with his two daughters. His first novel Cry of the Panther is published by Corgi Books.

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GOR001207997
Song of the Sound by Adam Armstrong
Adam Armstrong
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Transworld Publishers Ltd
2002-10-01
592
0552148121
9780552148122
N/A
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