I'm presently reading Vanished, the 4th book in the Greywalker series by Kat Richardson. I'm enjoying this series tremendously. The books are about Harper Blaine. She's a PI in Seattle, Washington. Life takes a sudden, creepy turn for Harper after she dies for a couple of minutes. She's a Greywalker.
Ms. Richardson does a bang up job in this series. Each story is centered around a mystery, which makes sense since Harper is a PI. Some mysteries are more personal than others. The secondary cast of characters is wonderful. Attention is paid to detail. These books are well researched.
Harper is no shrinking violet. She's tough. She does not give up. In Vanished, which I've just started, I know that I'm going to find out a lot more about her.
But for Harper, her own case may prove the most difficult to solve. Why did she-as opposed to others with near-death experiences-become a Greywalker? When Harper digs into her own past, she unearths some unpleasant truths about her father's early death as well as a mysterious puzzle. Forced by some very demanding vampires to take on an investigation in London, she soon discovers her present troubles in England are entangled with her dark past back in Seattle-and her ultimate destiny as a Greywalker.
After this book, I may delve into some anthologies. What are you reading?