There's a dark secret lurking amid the quiet fields of Hampshire,
one that Helen is determined to uncover...
Pages: 101 (Roughly.)
Book Links: Goodreads
Love a complex heroine that lives in the dark, depressing dwellings of evil? I do, and Helen Grace is one of the brightest. Running Blind, a solid short story that expands the series' protagonist's origins, is extremely enjoyable. Filled to the brim with morality, self-discovery, and, of course, the prerequisite doses of adrenaline-infused action, it's a novella with bite.
So I invite you to take a trip to England's Southampton during the early 90s, and witness rookie officer Helen Grace as she dodges her past and problematic persons in her present to fulfil her passion for justice.
It's a juicy tidbit that'll have you salivating for the new core instalment, Love Me Not, which releases next month.