By Richard Laymon
Mordocks's cave is among the wonders of the area: a spot the place, each year, millions of sightseers cross deep underneath the earth's floor to surprise at Nature's handiwork. yet it's additionally domestic to objects Nature by no means meant - violent, evil issues. And whilst an influence failure traps a bunch of visitors underground, the creatures emerge from the darkness...
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I am your queen, damn you, and you will answer my question. ï¿½ The last was screamed into his face. Barinthus answered her, blood flowing from his mouth. ï¿½ Page 37 Laurell K. Hamilton: Meredith Gentry 04 A Stroke of Midnight ï¿½And what of Meredith? ï¿½ ï¿½Yes,ï¿½ he said, and that one word dropped into the silence of the room like a stone thrown down a great height. You know it will make a sound, but only after a very, very long fall. The sound came with her words. ï¿½Meredith, you will do nothing with Barinthus that will chance you being pregnant by him.
The men stood with me. ï¿½I did not bid you stand,ï¿½ she yelled at them. They stayed on their feet. I could not look away from her to see exactly what they were doing, but this was about to go badly. Barinthusï¿½s deep voice came from farther into the room. He must have been standing there the entire time, and I hadnï¿½t seen him. It takes a commanding presence to make you not see a seven-foot-tall, mostly blue demi-god. Andais was that commanding presence. With her hand bruising my chin, forcing me to meet her grey gaze from inches away, she was more than commanding, she was frightening.
She was going to throw a fit, and punish me for kissing Frost, instead of dealing with the murders. Displacement is a fine coping mechanism, but this was not sane. No logic would save me. All the arguments that I had prepared were dust before her incomprehensible anger. ï¿½ I spoke carefully around her grip on my chin. ï¿½ She let me go so abruptly that I stumbled. Doyle caught my arm, then took me into the circle of his arm, putting me farther from her and closer to the middle of the men. I couldnï¿½t argue with the precaution.