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A Lancaster lands at its base in England after bombing Berlin, and a member of the crew is found dead. However, his young wife Daisy finds out that he has been murdered. But she is only a woman, blonde and pretty, and blind since birth: In the mayhem Dick Avery's sent to Afghanistan to investigate allegations of massive fraud by the U.
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A wry smile quirked at the corner of her lips as she thought of the girl who now possessed her book. Out of everyone in the entire world, Nikki was one of two souls whom she trusted to keep it safe. She would protect it, even though she had never been asked to do so.
Wynter's eyes closed as she remembered the reason for the book's existence so many years before-and its maker. He was the only other person she would have trusted to guard it.
Even to the untrained eye, they both knew no one would mistake the two of them for being helpless. Upon a quick look, one might think them as two young women, who had simply ducked into the cave for shelter. But a longer glance would have revealed the opal-skin and the bottomless eyes that marked them both as fairies. The enormous chunks of hail crashing through the trees would never have harmed them had they been standing outside.
The reason for their presence inside the cave hadn't been to escape the storm, but rather a place for Wynter to confront her sister for her horrible deeds. They sat across from one another, each carefully eyeing the other.
For two siblings that had once been close, the rift between them had deepened. A mutual trust had been broken and Wynter knew it would never be healed.
Zue had found anger and hatred for the humans that grew with each passing moment. The only thing Wynter had found was disappointment in her sibling. It's in their blood, you see. Fear makes it sweeter. You would understand had you been there.
I will not take part in this. There are only four of us. If the humans should ever find out, they will hunt each of us down until we are no more.
You will not stop me. Besides, Aeolith and Frollock would understand. They do not love the humans as you do. I cannot stop you. I don't know what our sisters would do-and I am not your keeper.
Your way is not my own. I cannot watch you kill, so I must bid you farewell. Wynter left the cave and went deeper into the forest, seeking solitude. She had no desire to encounter Zue again, though she knew she would miss her.
There were only four of them left. Only four Spriteblood in all of the earth. The thought replayed itself through her mind over and over for days, until one morning, she happened upon a strange discovery of two beings locked in an embrace. As she watched, she was certain that her strange find didn't have anything to do with love or affection. In fact, if the one being's huge hands choking the other's scrawny neck were any indication, the intention of this embrace was quite the opposite.
A strange, little creature was suspended in the air, held up only by the hairy hands clamped on his windpipe. Wynter couldn't decide whether the bugged out eyes were supposed to look that way, or if it were a product of suffocation.
Either way, she had no intention of watching the one murder the other directly in front of her eyes.
Even a Spriteblood had standards. The enormous thing holding the little thing looks like a walking, upright pile of hair, she thought, amused. In all of the many years she had roamed the earth, she had never seen a creature such as this, so she thought it was possible there weren't very many of them.
A dying species, perhaps. It would be a shame if she had to kill it. The long, sable brown hair seemed to cover every inch that she saw, though she could discern two beady, black eyes that held nothing but anger for the nearly hairless thing it seemed intent on killing. A various string of clicks and snorts erupted, giving Wynter the impression that the hairy one was telling the other one-now gasping-exactly what it thought and was possibly giving it a suggestion on where its spirit could go once he had finished his work with its body.