Georgette Heyer at Tor.com?

I know. Isn’t Tor about science fiction?

Where there’s a will, there’s a way and writer Mari Ness points out that Heyer’s Regency world was really a carefully created fantasy world.

I’m gonna say that’s a legit point.

Read her introduction here and then let’s all go on to the discussion of The Black Moth.

I’d like to remind everyone that I read The Black Moth on Forgotten Classics, where you may download the episodes (free!).

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