Bookburners continues with a search for a magical artifact. And A Most Dangerous Woman comes to a stunning end in the season finale. Plus, a new micro story is published on our third Microfiction Monday!
Everything in the Bookburners’ lives falls into two categories: Before London and After London. Before London, things were strange, sure, but After London . . . “strange” doesn’t even begin to describe it. Magic is everywhere—and the Bookburners can only be in one place at a time.
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Povel Engström has been an annoyance to the Bookburners in the past, but the rest of his family . . . they’re a different story. In their hands, a powerful magical item could spell danger for anyone in their way. And the Bookburners are most definitely in their way.
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In Brenda Clough’s deliciously authentic sequel to Wilkie Collins’ The Woman in White, Marian Halcolmbe finds and marries her true love, Theo Camlet. But when Theo’s first wife, who everyone believed to be dead, reappears, Marian and her brother in law Walter must delve into the darkest and most dangerous corners of London to save Theo from accusations of bigamy and murder, as well as the hangman’s noose.
With the Margaret’s killer in police custody, Theo’s fate seems destined to improve. But anarchists are an untrustworthy lot—the villains have tricks up their sleeves yet. And without a culprit in hand, Theo remains the most likely to take the fall for his first wife’s death.
Though you don’t need to read The Woman in White in order to enjoy A Most Dangerous Woman, you can also now read all of Wilkie Collin’s classic novel for free.
This week’s Microfiction Monday featured a micro story by False Idols writer Lisa Klink. Remember to turn your Serial Box push notifications on to get new micro fiction on Mondays at 3pm EST! Learn more here.
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