By Kathleen Sky Kelly Freas
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All official records of births were in his offices, and he was the choicest source of gossip on the planet. "I'm going to sleep for three weeks when this is over," Andros muttered to himself as he crossed the shadeless forecourt of the Hall of Records. The buildings were all of a local white stone, blinding in the late afternoon sunlight. Heat waves shimmered in the distance and mirages of pools of water formed on the smooth blocks of the courtyard. Andros walked a little faster, hoping his throbbing head would stay on his shoulders long enough for him to reach the dark shadows of the massive porch.
Deros glared at Miranda and pulled his hand away. " Andros turned to face Deros. "What gives you the right to call me a 'sprat'? " Deros glanced at Andros with barely concealed dislike. " "Straight on. Fitzsimmons will run this place into the dust in less than a year. " "Deros is here to keep an eye on shipping. That's why he's doing a Three, it was the only way to get work in the warehouse. " Miranda was trying to smooth Deros' temper and make him relate to Andros. "Someone had to see that things were run efficiently down here; you didn't care about it, Roarchik," Deros growled.
Fitzsimmons is hated here in Bleydeaux—and he has no taste in teas," Mathler added with a sniff. "Fitzsimmons is a dangerous man," Rodge said grimly. "If I were you I'd be very careful around him. " "Rodge! " Mathler was agitated at the suggestion. "But true, sir. I always stay out of his way when he comes to the office. His mind is so cold and calculating that it's too painful to stay in the same room with him. I don't like him, and I'm sure the feeling is mutual. " "Most of the people here in Bleydeaux are sure he is up to something out at the Complex," Mathler said.
Birthright by Kathleen Sky Kelly Freas