“The Memory Lights”, a short story by K.M. Weiland packs a punch in its 34 pages. Set in gritty Victorian London, we are quickly introduced to Mary who is haunted by the street lights and is hanging out with the wrong crowd. I was reminded of Oliver Twist, Sherlock Homes and Jack the Ripper as I raced through this story. I want to know more about Mary and the tragedy that involved the two men in her life, Alex and Jack. After finishing “The Memory Lights” I felt a need to seek out more of K.M. Weiland’s works to see her full length works pack as much punch (strong world building & intriguing characters) as this 34-page short story.
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