Swordplay, scandal, and sex—welcome to the world of Tremontaine, a glittering new chapter in Ellen Kushner’s classic Riverside series.
This is the 3rd episode in the third season of Tremontaine, a 13-episode serial from Serial Box Publishing. This episode written by Karen Lord.
Kaab realizes Saabim was murdered, but finding the culprit will take time. A new allegiance shifts the web of power surrounding Diane. Rafe channels his grief into setting up his school.
Welcome to Tremontaine, where ambition, love affairs, and rivalries dance with deadly results. A Duchess whose beauty is matched only by her cunning; a handsome young scholar with more passion than sense; a foreigner in a playground of swordplay and secrets; and a mathematical genius whose discoveries herald revolution when games of politics begin, no one is safe. Keep your wit as sharp as your steel in this world where politics is everything, and outcasts are the tastemakers.
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