A Step Beyond Context is Finn Cullen’s first novel, a story that blends genres and settings into a single compelling whole where reality is just one more variable to be used.
Elizabeth Randolph is a mercenary hacker, at home in a dystopian future where she lives by her wits and her data-pirate skills. She’s also an aristocratic Regency lady called home to her family estate for the birthday celebrations of her irascible grandfather.
Once there she finds herself mining data of another kind following an attempt on the life of a beloved family member, and more shattering news arrives hot on the heels of that disaster. Following her instincts across worlds Elizabeth Randolph goes in search of a long hidden truth that could shatter her family forever.
“This is not a genre I usually read, but then I have never come across a genre quite like this before. I read this book on the recommendation of a friend and I’m glad I did. I was gripped from start to finish and I hope there will be more books to come.I’m not sure how I would describe it, it seems to be as though Georgette Heyer has written Blade Runner.”– Sue Hester, Goodreads Reviewer