By Joel Rosenberg, Raymond E. Feist
It's going to were so easy . . .
Durine, Kethol, and Pirojil are 3 mercenaries who've spent 20 years scuffling with different people's battles, defeating the Tsurani and the insects and the goblins. but now it sort of feels there aren't any extra enemies to conquer, leaving them with a number of months of welcomed garrison accountability because the Riftwar rages on within the west.
When the trio is ordered to accompany a girl and her husband effectively to the town of LaMut, it seems like an easy—even cushy—assignment. yet in Midkemia, not anything is that easy, and the lads locate themselves trapped through a vicious iciness typhoon in a fort with scheming lords and girls, an unsolved homicide, and not anything below the political way forward for Midkemia at stake. . . .
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And was well pleased by it. 17 Roland . . Sasha . . Peter . . Thomas. Now there is only one more we must speak of, isn't there? Now there is only the shadowy fifth. The time has come to speak of Flagg, as dreadful as that may be. Sometimes the people of Delain called him Flagg the Hooded; sometimes simply the dark man-for, in spite of his white corpse's face, he was a dark man indeed. They called him well preserved, but they used the term in a way that was uneasy rather than complimentary.
Thomas gasped. "Oh, that's nothing! Look over here! " He showed Thomas a pile of booty from the encounter with the Anduan pirates some twelve years ago. The Delain Treasury was rich, the few treasure-room clerks old, and this particular heap hadn't been sorted yet. Thomas gasped at heavy swords with jeweled hilts, daggers with blades that had been crusted with serrated diamonds so they would cut deeper, heavy killballs made of rhodochrosite. " Thomas asked in an awed voice. "It all belongs to your father," Flagg replied, although Thomas had actually been correct.
Just as the magician had promised. By the light of Flagg's magic finger-flare, he could also see they were in a secret passage which was about twenty-five feet long. Walls, floor, and ceiling were covered with ironwood boards. He couldn't see the far end very well, but it looked perfectly blank. He could still hear the muffled barking of the dogs. "When I said be quick, I meant it," Flagg said. He bent over Thomas, a vague, looming shadow that was, in this darkness, rather batlike itself. Thomas drew back a step, uneasily.
Murder in LaMut (Legends of the Riftwar, Book 2) by Joel Rosenberg, Raymond E. Feist