City of Masks Podcast: Episode 7

Episode 7.

Corius's foster-sister Sallia and twin Juliana come to visit. Bass is rather charmed by Juliana. A third murder is committed, this time of a prominent citizen, and the Watch at last take notice.

Sallia's theme: "Saltarello" by an anonymous Italian composer.
Juliana's theme: "Sweet was the Song the Virgin Sang" by John Wilbye. (This is rather a feisty piece, which, as you'll discover, fits Juliana well.)
Rivers's theme: "Can She Excuse My Wrongs" by John Dowland.
Outro bracketed by: "The Witches' Dance" by an anonymous English composer.

All performed by Jon Sayles and used by his kind permission.

This week's episode is a little shorter, and I blame Sallia.

No, really. She talks so fast that my guideline of five pages per episode just doesn't work. Unfortunately I need to break it at this point, because the next bit is all one unit.

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Mike Reeves-McMillan lives in Auckland, New Zealand, the setting of his Auckland Allies contemporary urban fantasy series; and also in his head, where the weather is more reliable, and there are a lot more wizards. He also writes the Gryphon Clerks series (steampunk/magepunk), the Hand of the Trickster series (sword-and-sorcery heist capers), and short stories which have appeared in venues such as Compelling Science Fiction and Cosmic Roots and Eldritch Shores.

About Mike Reeves-McMillan

Mike Reeves-McMillan lives in Auckland, New Zealand, the setting of his Auckland Allies contemporary urban fantasy series; and also in his head, where the weather is more reliable, and there are a lot more wizards. He also writes the Gryphon Clerks series (steampunk/magepunk), the Hand of the Trickster series (sword-and-sorcery heist capers), and short stories which have appeared in venues such as Compelling Science Fiction and Cosmic Roots and Eldritch Shores.
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