Den of Thieves: The Ancient Blades Trilogy: Book One by David Chandler
By David Chandler
Born and raised within the squalid depths of the unfastened urban of Ness, Malden turned a thief by way of necessity. Now he needs to pay a fortune to hitch the felony operation of Cutbill, lord of the underworld—and one doesn't refuse the grasp . . . and dwell. The coronet of the Burgrave might satisfy Malden’s responsibilities, even though it really is guarded by means of hungry demons that may tear the soul from any interloper. however the determined undertaking ends up in a extra bad future, as Malden, an outlaw knight, and an ensorcelled girl needs to face the main terrifying evil within the land.
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His hands had been steady when he picked the poisoned lock. He had not flinched when an arrow passed through his shadow. Yet now his body was rebellious to his commands. He turned toward the door. ” “I never do. In any business negotiation, if the outcome is not certain before you even begin, then you are fated to get the lesser hand. Remember that, Malden. ” Malden looked at the door. It was the only exit from the room that he could see. “But of course. ” “There is no such signal. If you walk through that door, Bellard will run you through, no matter what I do or say.
I have an arrangement with him. Nothing formal, nothing written down, of course. Yet I receive from him each month a certain sum of money. In exchange for this small payment, he is guaranteed against burglary, robbery, blackmail, and murder at the hands of his business rivals. You may think it easier to simply take all that is his and be done with it—but I assure you, over the years I have made many times as much money from this arrangement than you might ever see from reselling his household goods.
Upon his lap was a redheaded girl with her bodice unlaced. She laughed prettily as he tickled her. Neither of them spared him a glance. In another corner of the room a group of men in colorless cloaks were throwing dice against a wall and cheering or groaning the result. The final occupant of the room was a dwarf who might have been the epitome of his people. Dwarves were rare in Ness—rare anywhere in Skrae—but enough of them had come down from their northern kingdom, looking for work, that Malden was jaded to their presence.