Hunting a supernatural creature is difficult in chapter 12 of As the Wyrm Tyrns

14th century granite relief from Galicia

14th century granite relief from Galicia

Just how do you put down a wyrm: a marine creature that is sixty feet long and emits venomous fireballs? Scots professor of magic Geoffrey MacAlpine, his English colleague Calpurnia Kingsley, her ex-husband (and a vicious bastard) Marcus Satterthwaite, along with their unexpected partner, the American magician-photographer Jacintha Lowell, are now working together to answer that very question. But for how long? And what can they actually do? Jacintha and Calpurnia shine in Chapter 12, “Of photographs and chronicles,” the latest installment of my weekly serialized story, As the Wyrm Tyrns.

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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