Is England’s Cradle of Christianity the place to discover a murder and an ancient treasure? That’s what Scottish detective Duncan Dewar is about to find out. Visiting Holy Island and cracking the mystery of a labyrinth could awaken Duncan’s spiritual side… or get him killed.
Drawn to Holy Island to uncover an age-old mystery, Duncan also exposes a murder committed almost a century before. The Scotsman travels to Lindisfarne, Northumberland, as a favor to a friend and finds himself learning about England’s Cradle of Christianity, labyrinths, illuminated letters, hidden monastery riches, and rare birds. Hired by ornithologist Reginald Norcroft to find a treasure, Duncan unearths more than he bargains for. Isolated by the North Sea at high tide, the island can be deadly. The Scottish investigator must discover what clues lie within the ancient maze while navigating the locals, romance, and his nemesis, Viking. Will Duncan meet the same fate as his predecessor? Read The Laird’s Labyrinth to find out!
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Victoria Benchley lives with her husband of over twenty years and their two children on the West Coast of the United States. She grew up reading the classics and counts Dickens and the Bronte Sisters as her favorite authors. After a career in corporate America, spanning public accounting, cash management, and real estate investments, at national and international firms, she chose to become a stay-at-home mom and full time taxi cab driver for her children. She is a Christian and enjoys quilting, cooking, and traveling (including road trips!), as well as reading and writing. A lifelong devotee of tea, she pens a blog on the subject, Teatime Tuesday, at https://victoriabenchley.com/blog/. On Sunday afternoons during football season, she can be found enjoying an NFL game.