Charlotte E. English


Konrad Savast is the Malykant: the most secret servant of the God of Death. His job? To track down the foulest of murderers and bring them to The Malykt's Justice. No mercy. No quarter.

Konrad may be finished with the coven at Divoro — but are they finished with him? Outside the gates of Ekamet, a new ice-palace has arisen, its grisly contents aimed squarely at the Malykant. Its message is clear: interference with the necromancers’ aims will not be tolerated.

Forced to return to Divoro, Konrad does so with trepidation — for murderers tend to run away from the Malykant, not towards. What dark purpose does the coven have in mind, and is he walking straight into a trap?

Konrad Savast solves his eighth case in this new installment of The Malykant Mysteries, the dark fantasy series from the author of Modern Magick.
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Frouse Books
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    I do so enjoy toast,’ Nanda commented, spreading a thick layer of butter upon her third slice. ‘And this is the very best, Konrad. I do not often envy you the luxury you wallow in, but I believe I shall make an exception of your breakfast table.’
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    And while no one could be found to confirm the rumour, this report, too, winged its way back to Ekamet.
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    dead faces stared, glassy-eyed, from the walls of the ice palace, ringing the great hall in macabre splendour. Five glacial figures hung in forlorn companionship, but one wa

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