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Politicians are nothing more than thieves and crooks, as everyone surely knows. Nowhere is this statement truer than in Harael. It's a city where citizens are taxed by the thieves who rule it, where a Lord's reputation is everything, and where stealing valuables in the dead of night is more about political intrigue than monetary gain. So when Lord Vincent Tucat stumbles upon a plot to steal from him, the idea of embarrassingly turning the tables on his unknown enemy proves too tempting to resist. Except that some things aren't quite adding up. Why did so many other people know about young Lord Teuring's attempted burglary before it even happened? Is Vincent being used as a tool to punish and humiliate young Teuring? What is the penniless young Lord doing with two priceless antique blades, when all evidence suggests he needs to be shown which end of a sword is the dangerous one? Vincent's reputation, and his life, may depend on his ability to find answers to these questions.
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Aaron Kite is a writer/artist who likes putting slashes between occupations and who very rarely refers to himself in the third person. He was born on the exact same day that São Paulo Metro was inaugurated in Brazil, which the authorities claim is pure coincidence. He has been interviewed by Science Magazine, the Calgary Herald, National Geographic, and this shady fellow named 'Jimmy' who kept pointedly asking him about his success as a writer with questions like "Got any spare change?" and "C'mon, really, do ya? I gotta catch a bus." Aaron was one of the founding members of the amateur writing group "Starting Write Now", as well as countless side-projects which he'd mention by name if the government would finally get around to granting him immunity. He lives in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, which really aught to have another sub-section to it, because another comma there would look really slick. At present he has one finished novel titled "Two Cats", despite not having a single cat of his own. Maybe he's just jealous.
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Book Description CreateSpace, 2009. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1442150548
Book Description CreateSpace, 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111442150548