After The House At Pooh Corner, it's been four years since Christopher Robin went to school, and now Owl's dead - murdered by an anonymous assassin who calls himself the Angel of Death (or more accurately, the spelling in the title) and promises more killings. That's not all; the Angle brought a bloodthirsty pack of wolves to help him, and a demon-worshiping crow watches the chaos... and waits.
Rabbit races to find the killer and tries to shun his wretched past that caused his friends-and-relations to abandon him. Tigger tries to fend off the wolves and prove his strength. Kanga wants another child - with Tigger. Roo is an emotional teenage train wreck. Eeyore faces a huge change to his life and mental status. Piglet finds a bit too much solace from Owl's old liquor cabinet. As for poor old Winnie-the-Pooh, all he wants is Christopher Robin to come back and make things right.
This unauthorized parody is by no means what Milne intended, but the style is the same, the charm is the same, and the structure is the same. The only thing that's different is that religious fanaticism causes the Hundred-Acre Wood to lose its innocence... forever.