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But Cade now had the most important answer. The contact was in Downwind. Downwind-the one place in Sanctuary Cade had avoided, though in his heart he had known, from the beginning, that it would be his destination. But first he must talk to Sarah again. He wasn't looking forward to this conversation. The woman was half terrified, half fascinated by him. He was afraid he would have to reveal too much to her. There were things he might have to say, show, things he could never take back. But he had to find out what she knew.
Were they not so open in their scrutiny, the two might be mistaken for spies. As it was, they were ignored, for neither was unknown around the city. The younger was Hort, a lowly storyteller; the older, Hakiem, once a talespinner himself and mentor to Hort, was now adviser to the ruler of the Beysib. " "Of course," Hakiem replied without looking at his friend. " Hort smiled. "But that didn't keep us from being out here at dawn. " "True enough. " The younger man snuck a sideways glance at Hakiem.
Sarah," she said aloud, "Sarah. I don't know what anyone can say or do to help. " She almost flinched when Sarah turned to face her with those dark, sad eyes. "I think there is more of Terrel in Cade than you think. " It was cold comfort, but in this new world it was often the only hope Sarah was allowed. It took two more days for Targ and Cade to put the rest of the pieces together. That Terrel had been running something for the PFLS was definite; what he had been running was another thing. Why was still a mystery.
Aftermath by ed. by Robert Asprin, Lynn Abbey