The IROSF review of Helix #4 is up!
Here's what Lois Tilton has to say about "Pretty Little Thing"
A young woman stalks a psychopathic murderer by using herself as bait. But she ends up with two stalkers following her instead of the one she intends to trap.
This piece is told from the alternating points of view of all the characters. The thought processes of the psychopath and the obsessive are both interesting, but I can't help thinking the story would have worked more effectively without the woman's point of view, explaining her scheme.
She praises this issue of Helix and recommends "Gherem" by Mike Allen and Charles Saplak
As always, thanks for the review.