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Published: 2019-02-19T16:00:00+00:00

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Breaking the Lore by Andy Redsmith

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‘The children were okay?’ asked Bonetti.

Paris looked at his sergeant across the staffroom table. Although he’d tried to relate the story as matter-of-factly as possible, Bonetti insisted on getting excited. He might as well be telling another kid.

 

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Breaking the Lore by Andy Redsmith

Author:Andy Redsmith , Date: June 19, 2019

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Author:Andy Redsmith

Language: eng

Format: epub

ISBN: 9781788633079

Publisher: Canelo Digital Publishing Ltd

Published: 2019-02-19T16:00:00+00:00
27

‘The children were okay?’ asked Bonetti.

Paris looked at his sergeant across the staffroom table. Although he’d tried to relate the story as matter-of-factly as possible, Bonetti insisted on getting excited. He might as well be telling another kid.

‘All fine,’ he said. ‘I walked into the classroom fearing the worst, only to find none of them had been touched. Scared, obviously, and the teacher was doing her best stiff upper lip impersonation, but nobody’s harmed.’

‘What did the rest of your team do?’ asked Cassandra. ‘When you went in there?’

‘Tergil found the toilets. Cleaned himself up. The dwarves raided the next-door room to grab a big load of those navy blue art aprons.’

‘Why?’ asked Bonetti, looking puzzled. ‘Are they planning to do some DIY?’

‘Because,’ replied Paris, ‘these aprons are useful to wear if you’re painting. And they’re very useful for covering dead demons. Even if the kids weren’t harmed physically, I reckon they’ve got enough mental scars already.’

Though he didn’t say it, the inspector knew he’d accumulated a few as well. Not all from the battle, either; some derived from the aftermath. Coming out of the school into a sea of TV cameras felt uncomfortable. Finding more reporters gathered outside the station was disturbing. Then entering the building to see every officer clapping and cheering, with Grarf and Rocky leading the applause – well, that was simply weird. The magic creatures’ heroism meant they’d not only been accepted, but practically adopted into the police force. Perhaps the most surreal event of the last few days. And that was saying something.

Paris sat back in his chair, stretching out his legs. He had plenty of room to do so with just Bonetti and Cassandra there with him. Everyone else currently occupied different parts of the station. The dwarves were back with their kin, doubtless showing off their battle scars and the demonic spear captured as a trophy. Technically it should be held as evidence, but Paris figured they deserved it. Plus he wasn’t about to argue with Karl’s war hammer. Grarf and Malbus had gone with Tergil, who wanted to spend some time with Rocky. He probably also needed to recover from the hug she’d given him when he arrived. Paris looked on as she did it, enormous stone hands patting the elf on the back. Quite sweet really. If you liked watching people get cuddled by boulders.

‘So what happened here?’ he asked Bonetti. ‘No Vanethria attack?’

The sergeant grunted. ‘Nothing. Most excitement we got was when I showed Rocky how to play ludo. And she beat me.’

‘Don’t worry,’ replied Paris. ‘Trust me, there’ll be plenty more chances for fighting. Five minutes to catch our breath, then we’ll be straight back into it.’

‘Yes,’ said Cassandra, sipping her coffee. ‘I think the dwarves were being slightly premature making up victory songs.’

‘Little bit,’ said Paris. ‘If they wanted one for now, it’d have to be…’

He paused, searching for the right words. He clicked his fingers.

‘How about: after the demons have been slain, we lick our wounds and start again.

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