The Spool Society
Sisters for the Preservation Of Old Landmarks
Elopia de Castellon
SPOOL Society Leader
The SPOOL Society’s noble leader; she embodies the spirit and principles of preservation and introduces each representative at the gatherings where they tell their tales.
Once an investigative reporter for The Cairo Times, this versatile scholar is well-equipped to explore other climates--from desert to swamp.
Duchess Gwendolyn Dumples
She approaches her architectural studies like a persistent detective; her friendship with a Japanese samurai calls for the fullest use of her talents.
Lady Catoline Meowrell
Patroness of the arts. Always on the look-out for up and coming talent in the world of eccentric architecture.
Labor organizer who has mastered the idea of strategic retreat through trap doors and tunnels so her union members can live to fight another day.
Impassioned in her quest to save her fellow creatures from evil forces out to murder them and plunder their ivory in her beloved Africa.
Exotic and beautiful, with a brilliant mind, she loses everything and embarks on a journey of recovery and return.
Tai Chi master. Driven by her conviction that her own country built a monument in another country, she must come to terms with the truth.
Relentless in her pursuit of all things operatic, a super-subtle Venetian, adept at outwitting her enemies.
Supreme high priestess of the fire arts, this historian of the fireplace throughout the ages, takes on a murderous cult.
Accomplished in a variety of sports, this Cherokee Native American specializes in pneumatic architecture. Her army must do battle
with a violent foe.
Frau Mach Schell
Scholar of the fortress from ancient times to the present. She lives in a city where a newly
built wall underscores its own tragedy.
Pursued by authorities for a terrible crime, she asks,
“should I stay or should I go?”
Haitian refugee who lives in Tahiti. She returns to her homeland in its time of need, and pretends to be an idiot. Her allies know better.
School mistress in the French town of Narbonne. Obsessed with gargoyles, she teaches her young charges about their evils—until an event causes her to question her beliefs.
Once a fiery revolutionary, she now must use her wits to achieve peace in her small village, now under attack by corrupt warlords.