Sequel to Crooks & Straights
Genre: Contemporary fantasy
Length: 100 000 words (245 pages)
Never trust a werewolf.
That's Gia's first lesson as she enters the wolf cages at Special Branch, the police force that deal with the illegal use of magic. But working with the tracker-werewolves is not the greatest danger she faces: Gia is a spy. She risks torture and death if her secret is discovered.
Then Gia receives shocking news. Her little brother has disappeared, taken out of his bed, in the middle of the night. She doesn't want to believe that Special Branch is responsible, but who did take Nico? Could it be the magical terrorists, the Belle Gente? Or is there another, even stranger explanation?
Contemporary fantasy set in Cape Town, South Africa: Wolf Logic is the sequel to Crooks and Straights.