Two Lives for the Sea God
by Mark Lord
For Holcan the pain of losing his father is too much to take. There must be more to grief than the usual rituals of mourning: offering sacrifice into the whirlpool of Nuaha and the shedding of his own blood to the god to ease his father’s way into the afterlife. Although he died in a storm at sea, Holcan knows that his father’s death was no accident. He must have revenge on the man responsible.