Tanya enjoys some quality family time. Gabe gets an introduction to magic in the latest episode of The Witch Who Came in from the Cold, the riveting new online serial set in a Cold War Prague where spies and sorcerers lurk in the shadows. Tanya and Nadia continue their pursuit of the young Host... show more
Tanya enjoys some quality family time. Gabe gets an introduction to magic in the latest episode of The Witch Who Came in from the Cold, the riveting new online serial set in a Cold War Prague where spies and sorcerers lurk in the shadows.
Tanya and Nadia continue their pursuit of the young Host even as Flame agents are drawn to her magic like sharks to blood. Meanwhile, seeking to redeem himself after his botched assignment, Gabe sets out to thwart Tanya, believing her in the midst of a nefarious KGB plot. And as preparations for a major CIA operation get underway, Gabe and his partner, Joshua Toms—a man with secrets of his own—are about to find themselves in over their heads.
This episode is brought to you by Cassandra Rose Clarke who knows a thing or two about secrets.
"The Witch Who Came in from the Cold is a chilly evocation of a different kind of Cold War" –Charles Stross, author of the Laundry Files series
"The diabolical secret weapon of serialized storytelling is that each bit just whets your appetite for more. When can I have the next one?" –Marie Brennan, author of A Natural History of Dragons and the Memoirs of Lady Trent
“Take a double shot of Le Carré, a dash of Deighton, a twist of Quiller, a splash of Al Stewart’s “The Year of the Cat,” throw in a jigger full of elemental magic, mix well ... and voilà! The Witch Who Came In From The Cold.” –Victor Milán, author of The Dinosaur Lords
Location: Prague. Time: 1970. Two things this city was lousy with: spies and witches. “As soon as I saw that, I was instantly hooked, and the pilot jacked the intrigue to the max. Two female Soviet spy witches, an American spy with something weird drilling magical holes in his head, and a world of secrets within secrets in a locale where old-world myth and the Cold War face off, pedal to the metal . . . it’s awesome. Or as we said in 1970, Far out.” –Sherwood Smith, author Crown Duel