|Harm None (2000) [Novel]|
by M.R. Sellars
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Series: Rowan Gant
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The ritualistically mutilated corpse of a young woman...A Pentacle scrawled in the victim's blood...A cynical police department with biased misconceptions...And one cop who isn't willing to take things at face value...
Seeking further meaning from the symbol, St. Louis City Homicide Detective Ben Storm contacts his friend, Rowan Gant—a practicing Witch. Rowan explains the benevolence of the rune but is himself horrified to learn where it was found and the method by which it was scribed. Since a Witch's creed is to 'Harm None', a new mystery unfolds. Why was a symbol related to Witchcraft found at the murder scene? And why was it drawn in blood? Moreover, why is the killer pretending to be a Witch? Or IS he only pretending?
Original title: Harm None
Genre: Fiction→ Horror→ Witches & Warlocks
Fiction→ Horror→ Detectives and Horror
Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Detective Story and Detectives→ Amateur