By David Chandler
Condition made him a felony. future might make him a hero. As a thief, Malden is unprecedented within the unfastened urban of Ness, and chuffed there. yet via saving the lifetime of the knight Croy, Malden has certain himself to an old, noble brotherhood . . . and he now possesses one among in basic terms seven old Blades able to destroying demons. Malden fears accompanying Croy and the barbarian M?rget on their quest to dispatch a bad creature of nightmare . . . nor does he are looking to disturb the vengeful useless. yet with an murderer on his heels, the younger cutpurse is left with out selection. and there's the comely sorceress, Cythera, to contemplate— promised to Croy yet in love with Malden—not to say the really good treasure rumored to be hidden within the depths of the demon’s lair . . .
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On the outer planes Contents Dedication Map Prologue Part I Chapter One Chapter Two Chapter Three Chapter Four Chapter Five Chapter Six Chapter Seven Chapter Eight Chapter Nine Chapter Ten Chapter Eleven Chapter Twelve Chapter Thirteen Chapter Fourteen Chapter Fifteen Part II Interlude Chapter Sixteen Chapter Seventeen Chapter Eighteen Chapter Nineteen Chapter Twenty Chapter Twenty-one Chapter Twenty-two Chapter Twenty-three Chapter Twenty-four Chapter Twenty-five Part III Interlude Chapter Twenty-six Chapter Twenty-seven Chapter Twenty-eight Chapter Twenty-nine Chapter Thirty Chapter Thirty-one Chapter Thirty-two Chapter Thirty-three Chapter Thirty-four Chapter Thirty-five Chapter Thirty-six Chapter Thirty-seven Chapter Thirty-eight Chapter Thirty-nine Chapter Forty Chapter Forty-one Chapter Forty-two Chapter Forty-three Chapter Forty-four Chapter Forty-five Chapter Forty-six Chapter Forty-seven Chapter Forty-eight Chapter Forty-nine Chapter Fifty Chapter Fifty-one Chapter Fifty-two Chapter Fifty-three Chapter Fifty-four Chapter Fifty-five Part IV Interlude Chapter Fifty-six Chapter Fifty-seven Chapter Fifty-eight Chapter Fifty-nine Chapter Sixty Chapter Sixty-one Chapter Sixty-two Chapter Sixty-three Chapter Sixty-four Chapter Sixty-five Chapter Sixty-six Chapter Sixty-seven Chapter Sixty-eight Chapter Sixty-nine Chapter Seventy Part V Interlude Chapter Seventy-one Chapter Seventy-two Chapter Seventy-three Chapter Seventy-four Chapter Seventy-five Chapter Seventy-six Chapter Seventy-seven Chapter Seventy-eight Chapter Seventy-nine Chapter Eighty Chapter Eighty-one Chapter Eighty-two Chapter Eighty-three Chapter Eighty-four Chapter Eighty-five Chapter Eighty-six Chapter Eighty-seven Chapter Eighty-eight Chapter Eighty-nine Chapter Ninety Chapter Ninety-one Chapter Ninety-two Chapter Ninety-three Chapter Ninety-four Chapter Ninety-five Chapter Ninety-six Chapter Ninety-seven Chapter Ninety-eight Chapter Ninety-nine Chapter One Hundred Epilogue Acknowledgments An Excerpt from Honor Among Thieves About the Author Books by David Chandler Copyright About the Publisher Prologue In a place of stone walls, attended by his acolytes and warriors, the Hieromagus knelt in the dawn rays of the red subterranean sun.
They giggled and batted their eyelashes at him. Slag the dwarf was hard at work, as always, at his chaotic workshop in one corner of the room. It looked like he was making a grappling hook, bending rods of iron in a vise. His mop of ragged black hair was greasy with sweat and he swore liberally as he twisted the metal. “I owe you a debt of gratitude,” Malden said. ” “They ought to. ” The dwarf glared up at Malden with wild eyes. “And you owe me nothing, you bothersome bastard. ” “I suppose I did,” Malden admitted with a laugh.
The things witches found entertaining were not always pleasant for common folk. “Handy fellow, your thief. ” “We are above the public room of a tavern,” Cythera explained. “Hmm. Well, then what are we waiting for? ” Coruth sat down heavily in one of the chairs. ” Cythera picked up one of the pens and smoothed the parchment out with her other hand. Then she stared down at the banns and laughed. “It’s odd, I can’t seem to make out the words. I have tears in my eyes, yes, that must be it. Tears. Of joy.