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Character Seeks Authenticity in the Grip of Sadness
September 1, 2020
Audio Interview With the Co-Author. . .
Magnus Flyte, the mysterious, never-seen New York Times bestselling author of City of Dark Magic, intrigues audiences once again with this month’s release of the thrilling sequel, CITY OF LOST DREAMS, just out from Penguin Books.
While Magnus remains reclusive, we did, however, manage to catch up with one of his “representatives,” Meg Howrey, who has kindly revealed Magnus’s true identity.
Meg tells us how this story came about in collusion with her “co-representative” Christina Lynch.
The latest Magnus Flyte book has been called sensual, witty, funny, enchanting and strange. ;CITY OF LOST DREAMS, picks up where City of Dark Magic left off and continues with the same cast of unforgettable and wildly-imaginative characters.
Determined to find a cure for her gravely-ill friend, Pollina, musicologist Sarah Weston heads to Vienna to track down what may be the last hope for the young prodigal pianist.
Sarah must unravel a trail of secrets and lies to save the people she loves without becoming a deadly target.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Magnus Flyte, it turns out, is a pseudonym for the writing team of Meg Howrey and Christina Lynch. Howrey is a former dancer with the Joffrey II and winner of an Ovation Award. She lives in Los Angeles and is the author of the novels The Cranes Dance and Blind Sight. Lynch is a television writer and former Milan correspondent for W Magazine. She lives near Sequoia National Park in California.