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By Alex Archer, Michele Hauf

In a distant a part of eire, archaeological groups dig for the locate of a lifetime—the mythical Spear of Lugh. Folklore claims the mystical weapon used to be cast in the course of the traditional Tuatha de Danaan. yet because the seek intensifies, humans start disappearing from the dig. "Faeries," whisper the locals. the opposite Crowd…

Instructed to go back and forth to eire and go back with faerie photos, archaeologist Annja Creed figures it's a funny story project. yet humans have vanished and he or she quickly realizes there's extra in play than legendary wee folks. With the unsettling inspiration that whatever otherworldly is within the air, Annja is torn among her roles as an archaeologist and a warrior. yet can her robust sword guard her from the specter of violence…or the opposite Crowd?

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Her opponent published her lengthy adequate to obtain an open-palmed smack apart his jaw. Following quick with one other palmheel jab to his ribs, she saved the punches coming, conserving her elbows in and shut, and head down. She pressed her opponent backward opposed to the wall—and used to be grabbed from in the back of. iron-strong hands banded approximately her shoulders and higher chest. Sucking in a breath, Annja kicked from her status place, pushing backward, yet she couldn’t topple her aggressor. Calling the sword handy, she slashed it around the different thug’s chest. A diagonal crimson line stained his overalls. He gripped his chest, now not believing that he’d been lower. all at once Annja’s equilibrium altered. The thug protecting her lifted her off the floor. Her physique tilted too remote stability. Wrapped in her opponent’s snatch, jointly they teased gravity—then fell. The thug shouted. They either landed demanding at the flooring. Jaws clacking, Annja struggled opposed to the surprising blackness that grasped at her awareness. Wheezing in a breath of oxygen, she countered the near-blackout. grateful for the padded touchdown, she driven off from the thug’s barrel chest. He was once out chilly. status, she became, sword in hand, simply in time to seize the opposite guy as he leaped from the platform and into her embody. without time to swing, she despatched the sword clattering around the flooring whereas she wrangled with the fellow who used to be bleeding profusely from his chest. Bending her knees may middle her gravity and make the capture more uncomplicated, however the guy used to be too titanic for it to topic. Her muscle groups gave method and Annja dropped, twisting, so the guy will be underneath her once they landed at the ground. no longer permitting him time to imagine via his subsequent circulation, Annja gripped his head on each side, grabbing hair, and slammed the again of his cranium into the ground. the 1st hit made him blink and groan. With the second one he stopped relocating in any respect. She sensed anyone rush towards her as she knelt over the fallen guy. It used to be Murphy, and he used to be injured, yet made up our minds. She wouldn’t have time to face and meet his assault with the sword, so Annja rolled off the man’s physique and seemed as much as locate Murphy’s ft swept out from less than him. Slater locked his arm around the man’s neck. simply whilst it appeared like he’d snap his neck, he in its place utilized strain to either side of his neck, concentrating on the carotid, decreasing the fellow to unconsciousness. the delicate snick of a gun protection sliding off alerted Annja. It wasn’t a Walther P99. “God, i like a lady who can fight,” Neville acknowledged. His goal was once squarely for her brow. “It particularly turns me on. ” Annja scrambled to her toes. uncertain of whose aspect Slater might stand on, she subsidized towards the truck, preserving herself within the center among Slater and Neville. “Whoa, Frank! ” Slater stepped sooner than Annja in a protecting stance. That replied her query. “What’s happening? ” “I can ask you an identical. ” Neville waved his gun at Slater. “What’s with the hero stuff? battling at the fallacious facet? ” “I’m attempting to maintain down the casualty count number. ” “You weren’t employed for that.

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