In the Moon of Asterion is out!
Book Three: The exciting climax to the Bronze Age segment of the series.
There is a beast in the labyrinth… a monster. The people say he is both man and bull; they call him Asterion.
Of all Crete’s citizens, only two dare enter his lair. One bears his child. The other sees the Goddess in his eyes. Terrifying yet compelling, the beast offers Crete’s only hope for redemption.
Click HERE to read a sample at Amazon.
It has been difficult to get to this point, I admit. It’s an important book in the series, as it wraps up the Bronze Age segment, and kicks off the next group of books, set in Scotland.
In the Moon of Asterion was published digitally on April 10, 2013. It is available for Kindle, Nook, iTunes, and others. See the Links to Purchase tab.
The paperback is available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and the Book Depository.
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Posted on October 13, 2011, in Book Three: In the Moon of Asterion and tagged crete, knossos, labyrinth, mycenae, sacred king, sacrifice of king, the year-god's daughter. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.