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A Shady Inn
Luckily, when we entered the dimly-lit inn, it was almost deserted. Just a half-asleep worker behind the counter.
“Good!” said Nathan in a hushed whisper, “So what’s the next plan?”
“Just act as if we are mere tourists,” I said.
“Good inn, mate!” said Nathan to the man in the counter, “Old fashioned, huh?”
The man mumbled something and then asked in a hoarse voice, “What ye want?”
That was rude, I know but there wasn’t time to complain.
“Bacon, “ I began but was interrupted by a strong tug in the shoulder.
“Look over there, Al,” Nathan pointed to a stranger sitting at the farthest corner, holding a glass with his slender fair fingers.
His long hair was tied in a ponytail and a dark cape hit his shoulder. He was prince, it seemed, pursuing or escaping a dark secret.
Good, then there are darker men than us.