“The Satrap’s Mark” by Thomas “Faux” Steele (Part 2 of 2)

In the Achaemenid Empire, young aristocrat Pantea and her lover Shirin encounter a stranger in an abandoned temple. What could go wrong?

Today’s story is the first of two parts of “The Satrap’s Mark” by Thomas “Faux” Steele, offering a sample piece from the new anthology In the Light of the Dawn by the Furry Historical Fiction Society. More of his stories can be found at www.furaffinity.net/user/fauxhammer.

Last time, Pantea and Shirin entered the Temple of Reynosa, where they encountered the mysterious Hashmed, a servant of the old gods. We ended on a cliffhanger where our heroes were drugged unconscious by henbane-spiked liquor…

Read for you by Rob MacWolf — werewolf hitchhiker.

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