By David Dalglish
From USA Today bestselling writer David Dalglish
The Underworld ideas the town of Veldaren. Thieves, smugglers, assassins... they worry just one guy.
In e-book no 1 of the Shadowdance sequence, Thren Felhorn is the best murderer of his time. all of the thieves' guilds of town are less than his unflinching keep watch over. If he has his approach, dying will quickly spill out from the shadows and into the streets.
Aaron is Thren's son, proficient to be inheritor to his father's felony empire. He's chilly, ruthless - every little thing an murderer might be. but if Aaron hazards his lifestyles to guard a priest's daughter from his personal guild, he glimpses an international past piston, daggers, and the iron rule of his father.
Assassin or protector; each selection has its consequences.
Fantasy writer David Dalglish spins a story of retribution and darkness, and an underworld achieving for final power.
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