Two short stories, two authors, one tale.
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What's the worse way to die; At the end of a rope driven by your own shame and despair; Or savaged in the jaws of a black-hearted stallion who has hated you for years; If only the bankrupt gambler and the stable girl were alive to give us the answer;Jockey Rob Harding has found something better than riding a big winner; breeding one. When his…
The Case of the Copper Condor — written by Lauren Harris
There are wings overhead. Women are disappearing, and rumor has it a great bird with a hunger for virgin flesh is responsible. However Agents Rosalin Keckilpenny and Eliot Stoker-Rowe encounter a doctor with answers, and perhaps the most unusual creation of all.
The Case of the Copper Heat — written by Bryan Lincoln
Picking up from the end of The Case of the Copper Condor, the tragic origins of condor automaton are revealed. Doctor Shrike and Agent Keckilpenny find all the answers, but also must make some terrible choices.
Tales from the Archives are short stories set in the world of the Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences (Phoenix Rising / Das Zeichen des Phönix, and the Janus Affair / Die Janus-Affäre) by Pip Ballantine and Tee Morris. They explore events mentioned in the novels, characters seen and unseen and may include novel teasers of things to come.