Recovering from a near-fatal accident, Seattle Private Investigator Harper Blaine develops the ability to move through the Grey: the realm of ghosts, vampires, witches, and magic that exists between our world and the next. Harper wants her life to return to normal, but when her clients turn out to be paranormal, the reluctant Greywalker is drawn into the affairs of ambitious vampires and angry ghosts. As her cases converge, Harper uncovers a plot that threatens Seattle’s Grey world and must choose between honor and survival.
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US trade paperback: 978-04-5146-107-0
US mass-market: 978-04-5146-132-2
UK paperback: 978-07-4993-896-3
German paperback: 978-34-5343-310-6
Chinese (Trad) paperback: 978-98-6689-951-5
Russian hardcover: 978-51-7047-309-0
Polish paperback: 978-83-7574-044-8
Romanian: coming soon
French: coming soon
Also available in English language audio from Recorded Books LLC or Audible.com
Greywalker is a non-stop action book with an intriguing premise, a great heroine, and enough paranormal complications to keep you on the edge of your seat. Richardson’s characters are multi-dimensional and engaging, and I enjoyed this book all the way through.–Charlaine Harris
Well-produced, pleasingly peopled, with a strong narrative and plenty of provocative plot lines: a superb beginning to the series that’s unquestionably in the offing.–Kirkus (starred review).
Richardson’s first novel features a genuinely likable and independent heroine with a unique view of reality. Following in the tradition of Tanya Huff and Jim Butcher, this is a strong addition to the growing body of urban fantasy mysteries.–Library Journal
This book kicks ass! A perfect blend of hard-boiled P.I. and supernatural thriller. It’ll grab you from the first page and won’t let you go until the last.–Jennifer Jordan, Crimespree Magazine.
An appealing debut, Greywalker has an opinionated, stubborn and likeable heroine and a plot that clicks along with nary a hitch.–Romantic Times (four stars)
Ms. Richardson has created a complex and troubled protagonist who is struggling with who and what she has become, and finding her new place in the scheme of things. For those of you who are looking for a fresh, new voice in the supernatural detective world, I highly recommend that you meet Harper Blaine.–Fran Fuller, Seattle Mystery Bookshop.
Tongue-in-cheek humor and action-packed adventure in the spirit of the best of Kim Harrison’s In The Hollows or Rachel Caine’s Weather Warden series, will grab readers from the start and leave them panting for more.–Romance Reviews Today
This spooky, occasionally terrifying, and sometimes funny book plays like a mash-up of Jim Butcher’s Dresden Files and the Kinsey Millhone mysteries by Sue Grafton. …Offers the welcome prospect of a whole series of sequels. — Robin D. Fish Jr. A Fort Made of Books.