This is a prequel novella for the Hanover House Chronicles and there is something for everyone. This book is about a psychiatrist, Dr. Evelyn Talbot, who has dedicated her life to finding out why psychopaths do the things they do. This life-long quest stems from events that happened to her when she was a teenager. Hanover House is a place Evelyn has created to house the worst of the worst psychopaths so she can study them. Set in a small town of Alaska, Evelyn has her work cut out for her since many of town’s residents don’t want this medical center there. One resident in particular is the State Trooper, he doesn’t like the idea of Evelyn being there by herself but at the same time feels protective of her and many need to do whatever he can to keep her safe.
I’m very interested to see where this story goes! I was completely engrossed in the story, I didn’t want to put the book down; the pages seemed to fly by. The characters are interesting and intriguing. There was so much packed into this novella, I honestly felt I was reading a full length book. I’m looking forward to reading WHITEOUT when it comes out in September of 2016.
I was provided a copy of this manuscript from the publisher via NetGalley in eschange for an honest reveiw.