From the back cover
“A handsome, brilliant college professor framed by the sexual hysteria of a lovelorn student and forced to leave civilization and safety behind. . . A vicious psychopath with bizarre carnal tastes and a bestial talent for killing. . . A lovely young heiress drawn by forbidden desire into a nightmare of her own perverse making. . . All of them deep in the heart of a vat, unmapped Okefenokee swamp, where a fabulous lost treasure baited the most hideous trap this side of hell.”
Labyrinth is a great, entertaining pulp novel with vivid, simile-rich descriptions, effective and often enthralling action sequences and well-written characters whose passions, light and dark, make for heroes worth sympathizing with and rooting for, as well as villains worth hissing at. If you are looking for fast read, pre-Eighties thriller with a Southern Comfort setting,Civil War history and a violent treasure hunt thrown into the mix, this may be a book you would want to own.