A saboteur on Columbus’s Santa Maria.
A girl with the voice of a split Berlin in her ears.
A communist agent undermining a fascist MI6.
Spies can change the course of history, and and in the six thrilling stories of , they do. Each tale follows its agent through a world that could have been ours, if not for one crucial difference: a clockwork Venice, a Germany marching north instead of east, a city too powerful to silence. And at the heart of each story is the sense of how easily – and how eerily – the world can be changed.
M. Fenn, “So the Taino Call It”
Rebecca Rozakis, “Spheres of Influence”
Tyler Bugg, “From Enigma to Paradox”
G. Miki Hayden, “In God We Trust”
C.D. Covington, “Something There Is”
Kaye Chazan, “The Ashkenazi Candidate”
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edited by Kaye Chazan
Published by Candlemark & Gleam, December 2012