Tatyana Trotoskov is a headstrong artist who runs from Paris to escape the tyranny of her politically powerful father. She lands in Incir, a tiny Turkish village on the Mediterranean. Here she is given a gift-a mirror enchanted with a love charm, made by the merciless god Hades. Desperate to kw love, Tatyana uses the mirror's power to force an ill-fated affair. When she breaks the bonds of love Hades pursues her, and to escape his wrath she must sacrifice all-including her baby, Jie. Sixteen years later, Jie Galt is a troubled girl, a scrappy London graffiti artist who needs a few extra quid to buy paint. Igrant of the mirror's history and power, she steals it from her adoptive parents who had hidden it away. Now Hades is once again seeking deadly retribution. Jie has to find and forgive the mother who abandoned her, because together they must prevent Hades from dragging them, and the men they love, into the underworld. The Turkish Mirror is a Magical Realism journey across continents and cultures. From the streets of London, to posh Paris, to the effervescent blue of the Turkish Mediterranean, two talented artists struggle to understand love, betrayal, and forgiveness.