Run Girl by Eva Hudson
Run Girl by Eva Hudson
"If you love thrillers, don’t miss this action-packed novella!"
Secretary of State Jayne Whitticker is in London for delicate negotiations when her wayward granddaughter goes missing.
Special Agent Ingrid Skyberg is hauled out of her FBI training session at Scotland Yard to lead the hunt for the 18-year-old. The problem is, Ingrid has only one lead, just a few hours and can't call in the local cops for back-up.
Enjoy the ride as one of the toughest Special Agents ever to come out of Quantico buckles up for her first adventure. Resourceful and tenacious, Ingrid Skyberg is virtually indestructible: she can take whatever her adversaries throw at her and still get up for more.
Run Girl sets the scene for Ingrid’s future adventures working out of the US embassy in London. If an American citizen lands in trouble… or winds up dead… or gets accused of a crime they didn’t commit, Special Agent Ingrid Skyberg is on their case.
The first instalment in an up-all-night crime thriller series—perfect for fans of strong female protagonists who like a little romantic intrigue on the side.
Please note: Run Girl is a novella - roughly half the length of an average novel. The second book in the series, Fresh Doubt, is a full length novel and is available now. Or grab a bargain: buy the Ingrid Skyberg FBI Thrillers box set and get the next three novels in the series at a massive discount.
PRAISE FOR EVA HUDSON
"A brilliantly-paced thriller... Perfectly balanced between character and plot. Very gripping and suspenseful" - Sophie Hannah
"It immediately draws you in... there's suspense right from the beginning" - Penny Smith
"Great dialogue" - Mark Billingham
ABOUT EVA HUDSON
After years of enjoying thrillers and police procedurals by authors like Lee Child and Michael Connelly, Eva was inspired to write thrillers herself. In 2011 she won the inaugural Lucy Cavendish fiction prize for her first novel, The Loyal Servant. The first Ingrid Skyberg adventure was published in 2013 and she never looked back.
I DIDNT READ IT LOL!
Good story but...
Strong lead female character. Not overly detailed to the point of tedium. Liked the interaction between Ingrid and Nick. Could have used a bit more detail of the girl on the run. One glaring flaw - overuse of the GD word. Couldn't you just shorten it to dammit? Really, why insult an entire group of potential fans of your work with that one word? It makes me cringe. It adds zero value to the tale you're telling and while I'm not averse to swearing I truly believe that particular word can be dispensed with, without diminish the writing. It is the one reason I'd consider not reading more of the series, and why I didn't give it a higher rating.
Missing Out !
I most likely just missed out on reading an outstanding novel, but when I read one of the previous reviews & found out that you had used one of the most offensive words possible, my heart dropped. I have to ask why is it so important to use the GD word ? I can handle some language, but this NO ! I'm hoping to find another one of your novels where the harsh offensive wording won't be there. Best of Luck !