A Week Without Magic (The Witch Who Came In From The Cold Season 1 Episode 6)

by Michael Swanwick, Lindsay Smith, Max Gladstone & others
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Publisher: Serial Box Publishing LLC

Series: The Witch Who Came In From The Cold Season 1

Publication Date: March 22, 2017

ISBN: 9781682100516

Binding: Kobo eBook

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A visitor from Moscow Center has Tanya seeing red, while Gabe baits his hook in the latest episode of Serial Box's The Witch Who Came in from the Cold, featuring the distinctive storytelling magic of award-winning author and special-guest writer Michael Swanwick.

When an unwanted interloper from Moscow Center intrudes on local KGB operations in Prague, Tanya finds that red tape can strangle as effectively as any garrote. Meanwhile, Gabe must deal with a new arrival from Washington, D.C., sent to command the ANCHISES operation. It seems that bureaucracy is the same on both sides of the Iron Curtain! Where can two enemy spies turn for help . . . but to each other?

This episode is brought to you by the award-winning Michael Swanwick, who would like to warn you that looks can be deceiving.

Praise for The Witch Who Came in from the Cold:

"Those who like to mix magic, spycraft, and secret history should enjoy this—it may please fans of Stross’s Laundry series." —Locus Magazine

"Full of fast-paced, high-intensity action paired with magic at a level that has not been seen until now, with a cliff-hanger that lets readers know that the game is not over and has only just begun." —The San Francisco Book Review

"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

“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

"The occult love child of John le Carre and The Sandbaggers." —Marie Brennan, author of A Natural History of Dragons

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