When Isolde's grandsire comes to stay, he brings along trouble in the shape of her aunt Trudi.
Gradually Trudi drives everyone from the house, including Izzy's mate, Michael. As she tries to sort out the problems her
aunt creates in her domestic life, Izzy fails to realise there is a
far more sinister occupation taking place - as someone tries to take
over her soul.
Shocked to find she cannot even act as a lawspeaker, Isolde is isolated. Then her children are attacked.
To find out who is doing this to her she has to find a
way to free herself from a threat from a ghost. That means
tracking through the Greek werewolf community to uncover old
wounds which lead her back to a member of her own household and
the childhood of a colleague.
With Declan in police custody and Izzy drained of energy, she and Michael race against time to
prevent her death and protect their children. With or without Declan - and with the odds stacked against them - they have to
face their most difficult battle yet.
The fifth book in the Wyrdwolf series uses a heady mix of
Islamic mythology and folklore with a local ghost story, the real history of modern Cyprus; bits from ancient Greek
mythology and folklore, a remix of the structure of the French
police force and a dash of feline psychology, to
create a page-turning thriller. And all set in one of the most beautiful parts of
What more could you want?
Midnight's Pentagram - 160,000 words, set in sans serif