Dee: A Wyrdos Tale

(3 customer reviews)


A Demon attack. A Vampire on the loose. Fae folk coming out of the woodwork. 

And Dee is stuck in counseling. 

If anyone ever needed counseling, it’s Detective Dee Morton. She’s seen a lot as a homicide detective. She’s seen more as a Banshee. 

But you can’t go around telling psychiatrists you were born to mourn the dead. 

To say Dee’s life is complicated is an understatement. Her partner’s just been shot. His body’s disappeared. And this therapist isn’t letting her go until she talks about her feelings.

Welcome to a world where the boogeyman is real, vampires exist, banshees mourn our dead, demons feed on them, and gods really do interfere with our lives, when they feel like it.


Dee is the first standalone in the Wyrdos Tales series. The Tales each feature a different supernatural character’s involvement in the same apocalyptic event. Read all of them to get the whole story!

If you like the snark, magic, and action of Jim Butcher and Patricia Briggs’ books, then you’ll love The Wyrdos Tales series by Gwendolyn Druyor!

3 reviews for Dee: A Wyrdos Tale

  1. Julie Howard

    I really enjoyed Gwendolyn Druyor’s shifter school, where we caught a glimpse of the Wyrdos, so was really glad to see a few of the characters had there own storylines. Gwendolyn sure doesn’t disappoint she packs so much In such a short amount of time, just wish it had been longer. It is a very cleverly crafted tell that will have you wanting the rest of the series. The characters are unique and very interesting, who else can weave a story with a Banshee, Brownies, the Bogeyman and dragons and not make it weird. Off to start the next book.
    Dee is a cop and she has a secret that only her partner knows. She is also a Banshee. Being a cop she sees a lot of death but how does she cope with it and stop it from taking a toll on herself, especially when she for sees the death of her partner and her only real friend. A man who had secrets. Can she track down his killer? Save herself and the city at the same time?
    Gwendolyn is one of my favourite narrator’s (and fast become one of my favourite authors too). She just has a way with words that no one else can copy.
    I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request from audiobooksunleashed and have voluntarily left this review

  2. Nicollette Blackeagle

    This book was well written and developed from the storyline to the characters. Dee puts a new spin on the fae and how alike we are. I highly recommend this book because you will not see the end coming. I received this book from Audiobooks Unleashed for free and this is my honest opinion.

  3. Daniel Davis

    Another fun romp in the Wrydos Universe as we see an event from multiple views. This time from Dee’s point of view a detective who is a banshee, her brother is a brownie running a resale shop along with several other brownies. Dee has lost her partner to something none of the other police will believe again Gwendolyn Druyor gives us worlds within worlds

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