Thalia Kostis will be the first to tell you it’s not magic, it’s theoretical math when she walks a Möbius strip through walls to her office at the Institute for Applied Topology. CIA Case Officer Bradislav Lensky doesn’t care what it is, as long as she can help track down a smuggling ring and the terrorists in their safe house in Austin. The other magicians nearby don’t agree, and don’t care for new rivals either!
Now Thalia and the rest of her misfit crew are in a race against time, terrorists, common sense, grackles, and their graduate advisor to save the day!
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About the Author
Margaret Ball writes fantasy, science fiction, and occasional historical novels from her home in Austin, Texas where she lives with her husband. The summers are getting to her but she’s not about to move, not with one daughter living ten miles north of their house and the other one living five miles east. Everything will work out fine as long as they don’t try to drag her into the twenty-first century.
Previously published novels include Flameweaver, Mathemagics, and Disappearing Act, all with Baen, and Duchess of Aquitaine with St. Martin’s. Her most recent work is a contemporary urban fantasy series. The first book in the Applied Topology series is A Pocketful of Stars; the second is An Opening in the Air; the third is An Annoyance of Grackles. Three more books in the series are scheduled to be published in 2018.
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