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Upcoming omnibus releases and a sale to boot!

Is this on? Okay, now that I've got everyone's attention we have a bit of news we wanted to share.

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New Episode: Belgravia “At Home in Belgrave Square”

A dashing young man appears at Lady Brockenhurst’s soirée – but who is he and why is he so favoured by their hostess?

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New Episode: False Idols S1E8 “Deadly Oasis”

James works hard—it’s one of the things Layla loves about him.

Just For Fun

Friday Reads from the False Idols Team

We're kicking off our Friday Reads feature with some fabulous recommendations from the False Idols writing team Diana Renn, Lisa Klink, and Patrick Lohier.

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New Episode: Belgravia “Family Ties”

An invitation to afternoon tea results in some startling revelations.

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New Episode – 1776: The World Turned Upside Down, “March”

They would eventually come together to form the United States of America, but at the start of 1776, there wasn’t really a ‘typical’ American colonist.

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New Episode: False Idols S1E7 “Trails of Evidence”

Layla’s friendship with Alberto Rossi is beginning to pay off.

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New Episode: Belgravia “A Chance Encounter”

An invitation to afternoon tea results in some startling revelations.

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New Episode: False Idols S1E6 “Ties That Bind”

Layla’s friendship with Alberto Rossi is beginning to pay off.

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Series Premiere: Belgravia “Dancing Into Battle”

On the eve of the Battle of Waterloo, two families meet at the Duchess of Richmond’s Ball.

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New Episode: False Idols S1E5 “Family and Friends”

Raw from her disturbing encounter with Pierce, Layla heads to New York with Bennett and James Rothkopf.

From The Writers' Room

Can You Spot the Fakes? Art Relics in False Idols

Some of our extensive research on art relics did made its way into the story at various points, or served as strong inspiration for fictitious scenarios. Other relics were completely invented – either because that made for more convenient storytelling, or because investigations are ongoing, which makes descriptions of actual stolen objects hard to fictionalize.

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