Dancing the Labyrinth
By Karen Martin
dual time novel, Cressida travels to Crete to escape her troubled past. Her
life takes an unexpected turn when she discovers she is pregnant.
Cressida fears her child will inherit her father’s abusive traits and
her mother’s dismissive, uncaring nature. In her quest for answers,
she uncovers the history of the Minoans — the most advanced civilization of
the Bronze Age, and unveils ancient traditions from this matriarchal
society that teach her otherwise.
Dancing the Labyrinth is the first book in the thematic
series Women Unveiled. Each novel can be read separately but is united by
a distinctive feminine narrative challenging societal boundaries. The series
blends Greek mythology, history and imagination in the telling of (almost true)
Book Length: Novel – 150-320 Pages
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