As any real agent knows, inconspicuous accessories are some of the most important gear a spy can carry. Now, who can truly say they've never dreamed of owning a gun disguised as lipstick? James and Jane Bonds of the world, eat your heart out.
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Even amidst the swirl of court intrigue, the residents of Whitehall keep their eyes on the prize–and the throne.
Liam and Grace travel to Shanghai to investigate a lead on the Orb – and hopefully their own pasts.
Meet Sarah Smith: winner of the Agatha and Massachusetts Book Awards, lover of "Mistress Masham's Repose," and citizen of Starbucks with the soul of a harpy eagle.
Spend a few years in this Anytown, USA-themed training school and you too could one day infiltrate the smallest American towns!
The best part of writing historical fiction is the happy accidents that always, always arise. At the start, the work of bringing the past alive begins with world-building—who was there and where did they live and how did they dress and what was on the table. In Whitehall, that world is the Restoration, and it’s a juicy era no matter what angle you examine it from.
During the post-Stalin period, cultural institutions were given a new life and, fueled by increased cultural import, artistic experimentation grew dramatically throughout the country. This growth was particularly apparent in Czech film poster design, lasting even past the Prague Spring and up to the fall of the USSR. Take a look at some works by our favorite graphic designers of the era.
Asanti’s murky past gets a bit clearer when an old friend visits her to reminisce…and collect on a debt.
"There is more power in blue jeans and rock and roll than the entire Red Army” --Régis Debray
The Vatican’s Secret Archives, aka Archivum Secretum Apostolicum Vaticanum, are subject to wild conspiracy theories, and for good reason. With a name like that, who wouldn’t speculate?
Frustrated at the still-broken Orb, Liam does some old-school web fishing and gets a nibble from Turkey.
When it comes to the theater, sometimes the audience holds more drama than the stage.