This feels like a really important read which raises a large number of really important issues (and makes sure that you continue thinking about them long after you have finished reading it). The story of a women’s refuge that is dealing with budget cuts is, of course, highly topical and will resonate with lots of people who need help that the characters in the book are not always able to give. As one of the shelter workers becomes the victim of a stalker, will she be able to save herself and carry on protecting her clients? It is definitely a page-turner and I would thoroughly recommend it, but should warn that some people will find it incredibly distressing, and in some cases triggering. Even though it may be a difficult read, it’s well worth trying it.