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TitleThief of Lives
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Table of Contents
                            Prologue
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
Chapter 15
Chapter 16
Chapter 17
Chapter 18
Chapter 19
Chapter 20
Chapter 21
Epilogue
                        
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Chapter 11

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Epilogue

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dhampir and her halfblood would not be returning home. Perhaps there was still
a use for Magiere, whether she was willing or not.

His premature, failed offer might work to his benefit. Would she seek out the
location of the old ones for him? He could simply follow her, and she would play
her part, even if her reasons differed from those he had counted on.

Welstiel stepped back into the forest, feeling the black, scaled coils of his
slumber, as if even now they circled about him in the darkness. He did not relish
his next meeting with the patron in his dreams.

Something moved in the grass near his feet, and he looked down. A small
animal darted away into the brush, and he caught only a glimpse of its naked tail.
Likely a rat, though they seldom ranged to the woods with autumn closing in. A
louder sounded behind him, and he turned, on guard.

A tall figure with red-brown hair stepped from behind a gnarled cedar. He wore
a well-tailored cloak and a long sword. Welstiel glanced down at the path of the
rat.

“I see we both have an interest in the dhampir’s whereabouts,” Chane remarked
politely. “I’ve always found common interest a suitable beginning for
conversation.”

Welstiel despised his own kind, but perhaps there was a use for this creature in
the coming days. Without response, he stepped through the trees and headed for
the outward road.

Chane followed quietly behind.

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