A dangerous obsession, a bewitching labyrinth and a terrifying beast make for another fast and furious adventure.
After his adventures in Egypt and Mexico, Alec decides that a summer spent on the island of Crete will be a far safer option, however unbeknownst to him several young travellers have recently disappeared from the island . . .
A chance encounter with mysterious multi-millionaire Tobias Wolfe leads to an invitation to visit his private paradise, Candia and when Wolfe's daughter, Ariadne, slips Alec a note pleading for help, Alec can't refuse.
Trapped in Candia, Alec discovers that Wolfe's obsession with ancient Greek myths goes far deeper than anyone could have imagined – plunged into a living nightmare Alec must use all of his ingenuity to survive.
“Alec Devlin is back in his third adventure. If you have not yet come across Philip Caveney's books about his young adventurer then you have some catching up to do.”
The Book Zone: http://bookzone4boys.blogspot.com/2010/09/review-maze-of-death-by-philip-caveney.html