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Blood Crimes—Chapter One: No Good Deed

Blood Crimesby J. C. Hay ... Chapter One: No Good DeedThe paladin's spittle hit me full in the cheek, and began a slow crawl toward my chin. His aim impressed me—it's not easy to hit a small target in a crowd, especially when bound and being dragged to the executioner's platform. I cut the cords on the purse of the merchant in front of me and secreted it into a sleeve as I passed in the condemned man's wake. Paladins were a rarity on the platform, and this one had brought a good crowd....
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Blood Crimes—Chapter Two: Down on the Farm

Blood Crimesby J. C. Hay ... Chapter Two: Down on the FarmWhy a zombie? I asked. ... Grayearth turned out to be aptly named, and anything—even a conversation with a guy who dressed up like a zombie—would help to alleviate the monochrome dreariness of our surroundings. ... Elias dragged one leg ineffectually behind him, despite the fact that we were the only people visible. His ankle had a pile of pale gray mud caked to it, and he appeared to be the only person not bothered by the...
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Blood Crimes—Chapter Three: On the Rooftops, In the Gutter

Blood Crimesby J. C. Hay ... Chapter Three: On the Rooftops, In the GutterSomeone had been eating crows on the roof. I clung to the copper plates, weathered with thick patina the color of grave molds, and looked out over the remains. Black feathers clung to imperfections in the metal, bloodstains darkened in a broad patch centered on four carefully placed skulls. I studied the dead birds' heads, trying to decide if there was a symbolism to it I didn't see, but no great secrets revealed...
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Blood Crimes—Chapter Four: Cost of Living

Blood Crimesby J. C. Hay ... Chapter Four: Cost of LivingThere are only a few things I hate worse than people who betray my trust. One of those, sadly, is being suspended by my wrists. I looked at my surroundings—the room was obviously in the same dilapidated building I'd been in before, or at least one with a similar decorating style. My shoulders throbbed where my weight tugged on them. They'd bound my arms behind me, and then lifted me until my feet barely scraped the floor. It...
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