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Proving lack of sight is not lack of insight is Jane A.
Adams’ Naomi Blake, a blind ex-policewoman in the Midlands of England, while reading lips doesn’t hinder reading clues in Penny Warner’s Connor Westphal mysteries about a deaf newspaper journalist in California.]]
Since ending 2013 at 13-16, the C's have won a Shamrock-shaming two of the 17 games they've played, seemingly finding a new way to snatch defeat our of the jaws of victory on a nightly basis.
By Katherine Sharma If you like triumph-over-physical-adversity tales, you may want to check out mystery writing’s long tradition of physically challenged detectives.
There are many reasons for authors to create sleuths who are blind, deaf, paralyzed or otherwise physically limited.
How bad has this month been compared to other rough monthly stretches for the Green?
These are the worst months in franchise history: The AFC Championship Game to be played on Sunday in Denver is being widely billed as Brady-Manning XV, and the illustrious careers of the two greatest quarterbacks of this generation are being diced and sliced into easily digestible, yet for these purposes, largely unenlightening morsels.
He played college football for the Colgate Red Raiders football team and was selected by Liberty magazine as a first-team tackle on the 1936 College Football All-America Team.