Sensitive and intuitive, this book features an unusual theme. Blind since birth, Elizabeth “Gigi” Garrett is a retired concert pianist who lives in a small New Mexico town during the Great Depression and is helped by her seeing-eye dog Teene. Gigi’s father was the famous lawman Pat Garrett. When a young woman in town is murdered, Gigi becomes involved in solving the mystery. A relationship develops between Gigi and the local sheriff, while she remembers what her father told her about tracking killers. Carefully written, this memorable read shows readers what life in perpetual darkness can be about.