When Jacqueline Frye, a self-professed private detective with a dark secret, arrives in Whitechapel to help out an injured friend, she never expects to become embroiled in one of London’s greatest mysteries. As bodies turn up on the streets, mimicking the Ripper’s work, Jacqueline ignores the warnings of others and dives into the case. But dodging the Metropolitan Police, hiding from her past, and unmasking the killer turn out to be bigger challenges than Jacqueline ever imagined.
The Woman at 46 Heath Street
The last letter is addressed to me. No stamp, swirly handwriting in black ink. I pull out a piece of paper, stiffening when I read the message. Hands trembling, the note slides to the floor: Your husband is having an affair. Six words written in neat block letters. Six words slipped through her letterbox, destroying her marriage, exposing Ella’s perfect life as perfect lies. But Ella has a plan: Alice is the answer to her problems. A lodger, to help keep her afloat, a friend, to keep the loneliness at bay.
Aura Nilssen has spent most of her sixteen years in hiding. As crown princess of Alfheim, her life depends on avoiding the assassins who killed her parents and want to destroy her realm. When hunters corner Aura on Midgard (Earth), she’s immediately evacuated and enrolled at Alfheim Academy—a training ground where telepathic teenagers, daily combat lessons, and communication from beyond is the norm. She attends classes that enhance her energetic abilities, labs that fine tune her mental acuity, and workouts with a supernaturally good looking—and suspiciously evasive—training partner.