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Signs in the Dark

By Susan Miura



Blindfolded, gagged and tied to a chair, 17-year-old Haylie Summers has only one goal: stay alive. Nothing about her abduction makes sense. Deaf since birth, she can’t hear her captors and can only guess why someone would take her. Is she about to be thrown into the dark abyss of human trafficking? Or was she kidnapped by the protestors who marched at the wildlife rescue center where she volunteers? Haylie fights the harsh reality that her capture was a direct result of Nathan’s unexpected text. "Need to talk. Can you meet me in 10 behind your garage?" It was the last thing she saw before getting dragged into a car. But it can’t be Nathan, with his ebony eyes and easygoing smile that crumbles the walls protecting her heart. No, it can’t be Nathan.
Can it?


After a childhood full of disruptions, Peruvian-born Nathan Boliva likes to keep life simple.
Haylie is not simple.
She is beautiful. She is brilliant. And she is worth the risk of breaking out of his comfort zone. But days after asking Haylie on a date, Nathan finds himself targeted by the FBI for a crime he didn’t commit. Far worse, anything could be happening to Haylie as the search continues. Anything.


“Meet us at sunset.” That’s what the men said. But is it a time…or a place? And were those words even spoken at all?

Why the author wrote this book:

I wanted to provide teens with a book that offers up a message of hope and forgiveness in an action-packed, suspenseful story that would keep them captivated. Additionally, I wanted to have a deaf main character, because I feel the Deaf Community is often overlooked in fiction.


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