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  • Interesting new series!

    cultural-heritage, cultural-differences, protective-dogs, family, friendship, wealthy, Texas, Chinese-culture, Chinese-customs, diverse-cultures, 1930, family-business, immigrants, shunned, multicultural, murder, murder-investigation, bodyguard, class-consciousness, investigation, historical-novel, historical-places-events, historical-research, history-and-culture, law-enforcement, medical-doctor***** Daiyu Wu who is so much more than simply the only one of her parents' children to be born alive and survive. But she has been blind from birth, and Jacques is more than a childhood companion become chauffer and defender (as is her faithful dog, Prince) and his is the perspective of the novel. Daiya has a very observant mind undistracted by visual input, has deductive reasoning down to a science, and an impeccable memory. The plot basics are well done in the publisher's blurb, so there is no need to repeat or do the spoiler thing. I loved this story! Narrator Tom Briggs seems an odd choice with his slight hoarseness being magnified by the sound effect as if speaking in a large empty room as well as my personal need to play at 1.25 speed. Delineation of characters and emotions was good.

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