Early Praise for Bull’s Labyrinth:
Bull's Labyrinth is an extraordinary work, seamlessly blending myth and magic with ancient and modern times. It is a love story and an adventure story that spans generations and cultures, and explores the possibilities of fates come to fruition outside the constraints of time. Exquisitely researched and rich with atmospheric detail. Witchey has written an unputdownable tale. Highest recommendations.
--Elizabeth Engstrom, author of Lizzie Borden, Candyland, and Baggage Check
How is a girl supposed to break a curse she doesn’t know was placed on her in a past life?
Bull's Labyrinth is the story of a love that survives three-thousand years and battles an ancient Minoan curse and modern corruption.
In ancient Minoan Crete, Daedalus fell in love with a herding girl named Nikkis. Yes, that Daedalus—the master mason who built the great Palace of Knossos on the island of Crete, who is said to have built the false cow in which the Minotaur was conceived, who is said to have constructed the labyrinth, who built working wings that lead to the death of his own son.
Good thing he fell in love with Nikkis. Her love, intelligence, integrity, and irrepressible determination survive three-thousand years of cursed existence into the present day. In modern Crete, her work as a researcher in ancient languages takes her to Greece where she battles corruption, her own fears, and a curse she can’t begin to understand. Only finding Daedalus, breaking their curse, and triumphing over international artifact smugglers and corruption will free them both from a cycle of pain and suffering set in motion by a corrupt king three-thousand years ago.