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Born to Run by Mercedes Lackey Larry Dixon

By Mercedes Lackey Larry Dixon

Looking to make their fortunes in human society, the elves of the underworld contain themselves in inventory motor vehicle racing, baby pornography, and worse, and 3 runaway little ones locate themselves in a heap of difficulty. Reissue.

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Vidal saw to that. Supply and demand, Aurilia mused, a little smile playing about her lips. A small market, but a loyal one. And one with few options to go elsewhere. . She stood up, walking around the discreet beige partition to the space taken up by the studio. It was a good thing they didn’t need to hire outside secretarial help. A mundane secretary would never be able to handle the environment. Nearest to the office was the newest sound-stage. Tiny, by Hollywood standards, but quite adequate for the job, it looked very much like an old-fashioned doctor’s office.

It was a good thing they didn’t need to hire outside secretarial help. A mundane secretary would never be able to handle the environment. Nearest to the office was the newest sound-stage. Tiny, by Hollywood standards, but quite adequate for the job, it looked very much like an old-fashioned doctor’s office. Aurilia looked the new set over again, and decided it wasn’t quite menacing enough. There was a definite overall impression of threat, but the customers weren’t terribly bright sometimes; they needed things pointed out.

He had lured in young women new to the city by advertising for secretaries, and offering a room above his office as an added incentive. With the Fair in full swing, rooms had been at a premium and were very expensive even in the poorest parts of town. Doctors were respected professionals—and in any case, he (supposedly) did not actually live in the same building as his office. Many young women applied whenever he posted his advertisement. He only chose select individuals, however. Pretty girls, but ones with no family, or very far from home.

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