Available Dark

Cass Neary has arrived home in New York, after a brief stint in Maine where she just happened to be involved with several mysterious deaths. The cops want to talk to her, but rather than respond to their queries, she hops on a plane to Helsinki after hearing from a stranger with a lucrative job offer: he wants her to authenticate some photos from a famous fashion photographer. But mere hours after completing the job, the photographer is murdered, and Cass finds herself embroiled in a decades-long saga of violence and myth, eerily connected to a long-lost lover who has newly turned up alive. As with Generation Loss, Available Dark plumbs the ways in which photography can be a kind of violence, even when—especially when—it’s beautiful.