Kevin Hearne kicked off his recent conversation with Pat King from The Poisoned Pen by mixing a drink. Because Ink & Sigil, the spin-off from The Iron Druid series, involves a mystery set in Scotland, Hearne mixes up a drink with Glenfiddich Scotch Whiskey. You’ll be able to check out the new drink on the video of the virtual event. You can also find Ink & Sigil, along with Hearne’s other books, in the Web Store. http://bit.ly/2Glm6Lt
Here’s the summary of Ink & Sigil.
New York Times bestselling author Kevin Hearne returns to the world of his beloved Iron Druid Chronicles in a spin-off series about an eccentric master of rare magic solving an uncanny mystery in Scotland.
“Ink & Sigil is escape reading, and I loved every word.”—Charlaine Harris, New York Times bestselling author of A Longer Fall
Al MacBharrais is both blessed and cursed. He is blessed with an extraordinary white moustache, an appreciation for craft cocktails—and a most unique magical talent. He can cast spells with magically enchanted ink and he uses his gifts to protect our world from rogue minions of various pantheons, especially the Fae.
But he is also cursed. Anyone who hears his voice will begin to feel an inexplicable hatred for Al, so he can only communicate through the written word or speech apps. And his apprentices keep dying in peculiar freak accidents. As his personal life crumbles around him, he devotes his life to his work, all the while trying to crack the secret of his curse.
But when his latest apprentice, Gordie, turns up dead in his Glasgow flat, Al discovers evidence that Gordie was living a secret life of crime. Now Al is forced to play detective—while avoiding actual detectives who are wondering why death seems to always follow Al. Investigating his apprentice’s death will take him through Scotland’s magical underworld, and he’ll need the help of a mischievous hobgoblin if he’s to survive.
Catch up with Kevin Hearne via the virtual event.