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Bitter Seeds eBook is now on sale for $2.99

 Ian Tregillis’ Necessary Evil, the latest in the Milkweed Triptych series, is due out on April 30. This month we are making it easy to get started with the series by releasing the first ebook, Bitter Seeds, for only $2.99.*

About Bitter Seeds: It’s 1939. The Nazis have supermen, the British have demons, and one perfectly normal man gets caught in between

Raybould Marsh is a British secret agent in the early days of the Second World War, haunted by something strange he saw on a mission during the Spanish Civil War: a German woman with wires going into her head who looked at him as if she knew him.

When the Nazis start running missions with people who have unnatural abilities—a woman who can turn invisible, a man who can walk through walls, and the woman Marsh saw in Spain who can use her knowledge of the future to twist the present—Marsh is the man who has to face them. He rallies the secret warlocks of Britain to hold the impending invasion at bay. But magic always exacts a price. Eventually, the sacrifice necessary to defeat the enemy will be as terrible as outright loss would be.

Alan Furst meets Alan Moore in the opening of an epic of supernatural alternate history, the tale of a twentieth century like ours and also profoundly different.

*sale ends May 1

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  1. March 28, 2013 at 2:48 pm

    1) In which bookstores?
    2) In which countries?
    USA in not the whole world, so when a promotion is only valid in a single bookstore or for US customers only it iwould be nice to mention that before the non-US citizens go to check out Amazon or Kobo, and see *slightly* higher prices – $12.29 (A) / $10.69 (K) for me.

    • March 28, 2013 at 3:40 pm

      Hi there. If we are listed as the publisher, the price should go down at both of those retailers later today. Sometimes it may take a little longer for the price to go into effect with some of the retailers. Also, in some cases, the retailer may decide not to do the promotion, and we cannot control that if they do go that route. But we don’t believe that will be the case here. I hope this helps. Thanks. -JH

  1. March 29, 2013 at 1:01 pm
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