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City Of Masks by Mike Reeves-Mcmillan

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City Of Masks
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Publisher: C-Side Media
ISBN/ASIN: 0473122138
ISBN-13: 9780473122133
Number of pages: 146

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City of Masks is a swashbuckling adventure in a setting reminiscent of Shakespeare's Italy. In the city-state of Bonvidaeo, by custom and law everyone must wear a mask and act in character with it, or face civil, social and religious penalties. Gregorius Bass is sent to Bonvidaeo as the Envoy of Calaria, primarily to get him out from underfoot. Masked as the Innocent Man, and in the company of his radical young Bonvidaoan servant, Bass stumbles into mystery, intrigue, heresy and murder.

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