By Eve Isherwood
Helen Powers used to be a scenes of crimes officer for the West Midlands Police. It-s 4 years because the case, concerning the dying of a tender teenage woman, shattered her occupation. In an try to rebuild her existence, she now works as a portrait photographer. however the earlier isn't so simply left in the back of- After a chain of inexplicable and harsh assaults on her, Helen fears that somebody is out to take revenge. For Helen, even if, it is just the beginning of anything extra own and sinister. desirous to confront her demons and redeem herself within the face of an impressive adversary, Helen speedily unearths that neither time nor the weather are on her side...
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Unlike rivers and seas, which were moving, organic expanses, canals were static, weedinfested places, with steep sides, impossible to escape from. She’d literally only given it a cursory glance and then she’d been pushed. At least, she thought she’d been pushed. In the beginning, she’d been certain. With hindsight, she couldn’t be sure. It seemed as if time had robbed her of judgement. When she thought what might have happened to her, the slow asphyxia as her air passages, lungs and stomach filled with water, she felt shards of panic.
Ethnically messy best described it. There were two messages on the ansaphone. The first was from Jen reminding her of preparations for the New Year’s Eve party, the second from Ed informing her of a drama, as he put it, concerning a woman found in the drink at Brindleyplace, near his flat. Some drama, she thought wryly, hanging up her 41 new set of keys and deciding to make a cup of heartstarting coffee. Standing there, waiting for the kettle to boil, she stretched and looked out of the window.
While Helen fled from her home environment at the first opportunity, Jen chose a rentfree roof over her head the size of a football pitch, her washing done, meals when she wanted them, and all the freedom because Jen’s parents were fond of travelling. At the present time, they were whooping it up in Cuba. Helen parked on the gravelled drive. Loud music was belting out from Jen’s side of the house. Helen walked in and was greeted by George, the family’s bearded collie-cross. As she squatted down to pat him, he stuck both muddy paws on her chest and licked her face.
Absent Light by Eve Isherwood