Three funerals on the same day were far too many for Isolde and Michael.
And Aunt Trudi made matters worse, as usual. So the theft was just icing on the cake.
Then Izzy realised it was personal. Everyone was inclined to treat it as a puzzle - until it became clear what the stakes were.
If losing appendages wasn't bad enough, no one was prepared for Da'ath. Except Ari, Michael's tutor from university.
But it didn't end there. Something far worse was coming.
It didn't help that Bernard's secretary was lying. Or that the person behind the puzzles was enchanting them, one by one.
Or that Ari wasn't exactly being straight with them.
When it all stops being a game, it's too late to pull out. Is Ari the target or Izzy? Why is Cyn lying? What was Ari?
Not even Declan knew the answer to that. Without Michael or Declan to help, Izzy must conclude their nightmare
treasure hunt alone and face the Minotaur at the centre of the labyrinth. But which of them will die there?
The eleventh book in the Wyrdwolf series includes a generous amount of ceremonial magic, heavily flavoured by
kabbalah, a tablespoon of Were burial practices, a smidgeon of doomed love and a twist of medieval folklore,
all set in one of the most beautiful parts of England.
What more could you want?
Slow Burn - 177,000 words, set in sans serif typeface.