Chapter 19 of Magician’s Misfortune

Some traps can be quite convoluted (Longleat maze, England)

Some traps can be quite convoluted (Longleat maze, England)

Harry Eberhardt has walked into a trap. People are coming for him and his associates. So we should expect Harry to react with his customary initiative, bravery, quick thinking, and resourcefulness. Which is exactly what he does. Too bad Harry’s a bit short on those qualities. Harry is “Trapped” in chapter 19 of Magician’s Misfortune, and if he doesn’t like it, he’s going to dislike what happens next even more.

About Brian Bixby

I enjoy history because it helps me understand people. I'm writing fiction for much the same reason.
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11 Responses to Chapter 19 of Magician’s Misfortune

  1. crimsonprose says:

    What is the difference between a maze and a labyrinth? I remember reading it somewhere, but sieve-brain as I am, I don’t remember.

  2. danagpeleg1 says:

    For the second time, I can’t believe I’m doing this, defending Harry. But he has been witty and resourcful and brave before… Let’s see what happens now.

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