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Signed C - the missing

Mark C Frankel, Joshua L.A. Jones

Publisher: Wayward Raven Media

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Myth, magic and mayhem! The gods didn’t die out, they simply got day jobs... 
Follow C on a mythological and mysterious journey through the known realms in search of her lost client, a young model named Perdita. From the depths of Hades’ underworld to the African savannah, C never relents in her pursuit and is determined to uncover what has happened to her charge. 
Chock-full of wild characters, both god and mortal, C finds herself always just one step behind a strange and enigmatic force that appears to revel in mocking her. Quickly it becomes clear that her faceless nemesis has a far greater scheme planned than C initially realized. 
It is best to heed the warning, however, that Hell hath no fury like a sorceress scorned. And C is no mere sorceress!

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