Winner of the 2000 British Fantasy Award for Best Novel.

It is a color the human eye can never truly see, a slice of the spectrum imbued with the promise of invisibility. But in the dark world occupied by Jack Chambers’ father, indigo will also lead to places of unknown treachery, and ultimately, to madness.

When Jack Chambers receives news of his father’s death, he does not feel grief. He has not seen him for fifteen years. He is surprised, however, to learn of his appointment as executor of the will –a duty that seems simple, but turns ominous…

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Penguin Books (UK), 2000; Pocket Books (US), 2000
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