Monthly Archives: July 2016

Operation Caesar’s Folly (part XVI)

Victoria poured Elizabeth a cup of tea. She overfilled it, spilling a bit as she handed it off to her friend. “Damn,” she swore under her breath, reaching for a towel, “I’ve become so accustomed to 0sc4r pouring tea perfectly. … Continue reading

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Operation Caesar’s Folly (part XV)

“A Spectateur,” Nathanson confirmed aboard the ship, “With a spy’s modifications. Definitely one of ours.” The Skymarshal glowered at the device. “Are you certain?” she said flatly. “Dead certain. Military Intelligence orders these beauties by the dozen, modifies them, then … Continue reading

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