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The Secret of the Rose and Glove—Chapter Four: The Silver Maiden's Key

The Secret of the Rose and Gloveby Kevin Andrew Murphy ... Chapter Four: The Silver Maiden's KeyThe wheel of the year had begun again and with it the month of Abadius. Abadar, Master of the First Vault, did as he had always done, and politely but firmly informed the spirits of the dead the Night of the Pale was over. ... In other lands and other times, New Year's Day was an occasion for market fairs and festivals, but in Galt forty years after the Red Revolution, the holiday was more often a...
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The Secret of the Rose and Glove—Chapter Three: The Feaster in the Dark

The Secret of the Rose and Gloveby Kevin Andrew Murphy ... Chapter Three: The Feaster in the DarkThe wheel of the year had given a quarter turn and reached its end, the final day of Kuthona, the last month, ruled by the twisted god Zon-Kuthon. Winter, the Season of the Black Dragoness, the watery drake who embodied the phlegmatic humor, had begun but nine days before with the solstice, which the Midnight Lord's sister Shelyn, in her infinite kindness, had declared Crystalhue. The Eternal...
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The Secret of the Rose and Glove—Chapter Two: The Torching of the Traitoresses

The Secret of the Rose and Gloveby Kevin Andrew Murphy ... Chapter Two: The Torching of the TraitoressesHalf the wheel of the year had turned since Norret's return to Dabril. The ruddy firedrake who ruled summer, salamanders, fire mephits, and tinderbox imps had at last spent his rash choler and ceded his place to autumn, the Season of the Blue Dragoness, the earthen drake who embodied the melancholy humor and was thus honored by carbuncles, gnomes, jewelers, and those who harvest the fruits...
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The Secret of the Rose and Glove—Chapter One: The Roses of Dabril

The Secret of the Rose and Gloveby Kevin Andrew Murphy ... Chapter One: The Roses of DabrilIt was spring like the day he had left, the Season of the Green Dragon, the aerial drake who embodied the sanguine humor and led his retinue of floral fey in a gay procession. Hyacinths and narcissi dotted the meadows where they had passed, the blossoms' soft perfume filling the cool air, and then a breeze came up from the river, bringing with it an indescribable fragrance, something Norret Gantier had...
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