Shadows Of Sanctuary by ed. by Robert Asprin

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Chan started to speak, but Quartz gestured sharply and he fell silent. 'Tell me if I interpret you correctly,' she said. 'You think coupling with me would be enjoyable. ' He reached for her breast but abruptly thought better of it. 'Yet you speak, not to me, but to my friend. ' 'You'd better get used to it, woman. ' The man looked at Chan. ' Chan blushed scarlet, embarrassed, flustered, and confused. Wess began to think she knew what was going on, but she did not want to believe it. 'You are speaking to me, man,' Quartz said, using the word with as much contempt as he had put into 'woman'.

But we have a picture. ' Chan pulled out the wooden tube he had carried all the way from Kaimas. From inside it, he drew the rolled kidskin, which he opened out on to the table. The hide was carefully tanned and very thin; it had writing on one side and a painting, with one word underneath it, on the other. 'It's from the library at Kaimas,' Chan said. 'No one knows where it came from. ' He showed Lythande the written side. 'I can decipher the script but not the language. ' Lythande shook his head.

This is a simple place,' the tavern-keeper said. 'Beer or ale, wine. Meat and bread. ' He was speaking to Chan again. He took no direct note of Wess " or Aerie or Quartz. ' 'Four dinners, bed - you break your fast somewhere else, I don't open early. A piece of silver. ' Quartz said. ' 'We can pay,' said Quartz, whose turn it was to keep track of what they spent. She offered him a piece of silver. He continued to look at Chan, but after an awkward pause he shrugged, snatched the coin from Quartz, and turned away.

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