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The Wolflock Cases #4

The Case of the Bitter Draught

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The Case of the Bitter Draught is the fourth book in the Wolflock Cases teen fantasy mystery series.
The festival of Mabon always left a sour taste in Wolflock’s mouth. He’d do anything to get out of it. So, when Captain Blutro asks him to investigate a smuggler and contraband conspiracy, Wolflock doesn’t care what it takes to solve the case.
But Wolflock soon finds he must exercise his best powers of perception to find the answers without tipping the culprit off. If he treads too hard, the case will be lost, and he’ll have to participate in the dreaded holiday. But amongst his new friends, who is the criminal?

233 pages, Paperback

Published January 31, 2020

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Rhiannon D. Elton

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Rhiannon weaves tales of mystery and magic as the fantasy detective author of the Wolflock Cases series. Her love for all things fantastical began as a young girl, raised by a fairy and tutored by wizards, where she discovered the power of imagination and the art of storytelling. As a Dungeon Master and seasoned player, she brings her love for games to the page, immersing readers in a world of magic and wonder.

Beyond the page, Rhiannon is a tireless champion of the arts and a beacon of inspiration for aspiring writers. She is the progenitor and organizer of the Logan Writers Festival, bringing together communities of writers, artists, and creatives from all walks of life. As the President of the Logan Chamber of Commerce, Rhiannon uses her platform to promote creativity, growth, and community, always dreaming of a world where magic is within reach for all.

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March 12, 2020
I thoroughly enjoyed writing this book. During the first renditions I was rather savage in regards to the antagonist, whereas I'm much happier and more understanding to the plights of those I used to refuse to understand.
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