In a dark and unforgiving land, mystery abounds. There is no shortage of secrets or treachery, but a new kind of darkness has come forth. Nestled between the jagged mountain peaks, upon the fetid and mournful moors, sits the wretched Castle Valdaine. The castle’s ubiquitous gaze keeps watch over the land, a land where nothing goes unnoticed.
Everything appeared to be in order as Lady Celise Roderick was to see her father one final time before the winter snows made the mountain road impassable. That last meeting, however, would not happen. Before the lady even left the land of Valdaine, she vanished without a trace, with not so much as a clue to who had taken her or where she had gone. It was then that High Constable Angus McCain was tasked with finding the missing girl.
Mysteries only seem to deepen in The Dark Labyrinth. Death is dealt freely in Valdaine, and in the blight of that dread castle, few can escape its grasp. The constables continue to grapple with the ubiquitous darkness of the land, while new obstacles stall their valiant efforts. One must be careful when they gaze into the abyss.