The Second Path

· Secrets of Selkie Moon Book 3 · Celestial Hedgehog
Ebook
311
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About this ebook

Naked and confused. Selkie Moon can't remember.

When Selkie Moon finds herself naked on a Hawaiian beach, she has no memory of the past two weeks. Recovering at a friend's house, she wakes to find a bizarre collection of items scattered across the floor, items she apparently gathered in her sleep: a rock, a spoon, a message scrawled in lipstick … What do they all mean? Only her subconscious knows.

A dark fairy tale journey takes Selkie around the globe, from Honolulu to Sydney to Paris. Filled with mythical clues, fear and laughter, The Second Path has Selkie unravelling the mystery behind the strangest clue of all – the word that keeps haunting her: home.

Join Selkie Moon and a cast of quirky characters through a maze of mythical clues and psychological suspense to a conclusion you'll never see coming.

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About the author

When a voice wakes you up in the middle of the night and tells you to write a mystery series what’s a writer to do? That’s how Virginia King came to create Selkie Moon. After this nocturnal message, she sat down at the keyboard until Selkie Moon turned up. Soon Virginia was hooked, exploring far-flung places full of superstition and secrets on Selkie’s journey of self-discovery.

Before Selkie Moon invaded her life, Virginia had been a teacher, an unemployed ex-teacher, the author of over 50 children’s books, an audio-book producer, a workshop presenter and a prize-winning publisher. These days she lives in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney with her husband and four alpacas, where she disappears most days into Selkie Moon’s latest adventure.

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