This winter Serial Box is proud to return readers and listeners to the snowy streets of Prague in a time where spies lurk in the shadows and magic flows, hot and dangerous. Premiering February 8, 2017, Season Two of THE WITCH WHO CAME IN FROM THE COLD will run across 13 episodes and reach its conclusion on May 3rd.
Set in Prague during the Spring of 1970, THE WITCH WHO CAME IN FROM THE COLD follows agents on opposing sides of two struggles: the Cold War, and an ancient conflict between two occult secret societies: the Consortium of Ice and the Acolytes of Flame. A CIA and KGB agent will find their loyalties to country tested when they realize they must work together to prevent the destruction of the world at the hands of the Flame.
In Season One, a CIA extraction of a Soviet scientist ended in chaos when one of the American operatives betrayed the U.S. in order to deliver the magically-powerful scientist to the Flame. Tanya and Gabe worked together to foil the plot – but trust is hard to come by amongst spies and suspicion lingers throughout their agencies, both magical and national.
In Season Two, Tanya and Gabe must deal with the fallout of their actions from Season One as each plays their own dangerous game to try to learn the secrets of the Flame without getting burned. Meanwhile a powerful sorcerer arrives in Prague to lead a ritual that could turn the tides of war.
The Witch Who Came In From The Cold Season 2 is team written by Lindsay Smith (Sekret and Skandal), Ian Tregillis (the Milkweed Triptych), Cassandra Rose Clarke (Our Lady of the Ice), Max Gladstone (Bookburners and the Craft Sequence), and Fran Wilde (Updraft).
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Cost: Fans pay just $1.59 each week to subscribe. Episodes can be purchased individually at any time for $1.99. Season Passes allow readers to pay for an entire serial upfront at a discount – $19.99 gets you all 13 episodes in both text and audio.
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