Sabbie Dare, the zany, feisty heroine of Nina Milton’s In The Moors, is a city girl of mixed race and lost parentage; as a child she went into the care system and by the time she was twelve was a little fighting machine.
When we meet her, she’s 28 and clear about her path in life; she’s an eco-friendly pagan living in Somerset where she works as a therapeutic shaman. Her clients come to her for last-resort help, and such is Cliff Houghton. He’s been arrested for the recent murder of a child found. The evidence that points to Cliff feels watertight, but Sabbie is determined to trust her instincts and support him. She draws parallels between this murder and the shocking disappearance of four children, twenty-five years earlier. also buried out in the moors. Continue reading