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Though Sicarius had taken a circuitous route to the enforcer building, he still arrived before Amaranthe and the girl. He spotted them at one point, strolling innocently along until no one was looking and then tearing down a bounty poster and replacing it with a caricature. At another place, near the docks, he spotted a group of teenage girls tittering around one of the posters that had already been replaced. The enforcers marching along the waterfront hadn’t noticed yet.

Sicarius climbed a palm tree in an alley behind the two-story stone enforcer building—its blocky design and whitewashed walls did not match the colorful straw-and-thatch decor of the rest of the town, so he assumed it had been an imperial addition. The palm lacked branches, so he had to push off the side to leap onto the slanted red tile roof several feet away. Training exercise, he reminded himself, landing lightly above the gutter.

 

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Author:Lindsay Buroker , Date: June 12, 2019

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Author:Lindsay Buroker

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Lindsay Buroker
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Though Sicarius had taken a circuitous route to the enforcer building, he still arrived before Amaranthe and the girl. He spotted them at one point, strolling innocently along until no one was looking and then tearing down a bounty poster and replacing it with a caricature. At another place, near the docks, he spotted a group of teenage girls tittering around one of the posters that had already been replaced. The enforcers marching along the waterfront hadn’t noticed yet.

Sicarius climbed a palm tree in an alley behind the two-story stone enforcer building—its blocky design and whitewashed walls did not match the colorful straw-and-thatch decor of the rest of the town, so he assumed it had been an imperial addition. The palm lacked branches, so he had to push off the side to leap onto the slanted red tile roof several feet away. Training exercise, he reminded himself, landing lightly above the gutter.

Several of the second-story windows were open to let in the tropical breezes. He chose a corner one and lowered himself from the roof, hanging upside down so he could peer inside before committing himself to entry. An open loft stretched before him. The bamboo floorboards supported tables and desks, some stacked high with papers. Along the longest wall stood metal cabinets, one with doors open to reveal swords, crossbows, muskets, and padded armor and caps. If the enforcer headquarters occupied the top floor, the printing press and postal area must be downstairs.

Since Sicarius didn’t see anyone wandering about—though a liquid-filled mug on one of those desks, as well as a half-eaten meal, suggested people had been in the loft recently—he swung through the window, twisting to land on his feet. He crouched for a moment, listening, smelling, and watching. A door creaked downstairs, and faint footsteps drifted up from the wood porch out front. The girl’s father leaving? Or a post office customer?

Sicarius advanced toward the edge of the loft, pausing beside the weapons cabinet. It smelled oddly of coconut oil. Perhaps true weapons cleaning oil was in short supply down here, and the locals had to improvise. He couldn’t imagine slathering coconut goo on his knives.

The door downstairs slammed open. “Da? Are you in here?” came Bashka’s voice.

“Yes, girl, what do you want? I’m working.”

“Did you hear about the posters?”

“What posters?”

“The ones of you. Well, they’re sort of you. They’re not very flattering. Someone tore down the bounty posters and stuck yours up all over town.” The girl sounded too excited—maybe even delighted—at making this announcement, and Sicarius thought the father would suspect her of being a part of this “prank” right away.

“What?” he growled. The stomps of irritated feet allowed Sicarius to follow his progress from the back of the room to the front door. “Show me.”

The door creaked open, then banged shut. As soon as their footsteps faded, Sicarius glided to the stairs. He hadn’t heard any other signs of people below, but he stuck his head down first again, making sure. There

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