By George Alec Effinger
Marid Audran has turn into every thing he as soon as despised. now not goodbye in the past, he used to be a hustler within the Budayeen, an Arabian ghetto in a Balkanized destiny Earth. again then, as frequently as no longer, he did not have the cash to shop for himself a drink. yet he had his independence.Now Marid works for Friedlander Bey, "godfather" of the Budayeen, a guy whose strength stretches throughout a shattered, crumbling international. in the course of the day, Marid is a policeman…and Bey's own envoy to the police. His new place has introduced him cash and tool which he may abandon in a second if he may go back to a lifetime of neither possessing nor being owned. Which, regrettably, isn't really one in every of his options.It's additionally no longer a subject. For whatever darkish is afoot. whatever that's sending town into chaos. aiding a child-mutilator to prevent arrest. Sending a killer to homicide Marid's accomplice. Murdering prostitutes and savaging their is still. indicators element to the hand of Abu Adil--the one guy within the urban whose strength opponents Friedlander Bey's. no matter what occurs subsequent, it is not going to be excellent news for Marid Audran…
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Thank you, yaa Sidi. " I began to turn the color lock on the door. Kmuzu gave a little bow and headed toward the servants' quarters. When he'd turned the corner, I hurried away in the opposite direction. I went down to the garage and found my car. It felt strange, sneaking away from my own servant, but I just didn't feel like having him tagging along with me tonight. I drove through the Christian quarter and then through the upper-class shopping district east of the Budayeen. I parked the car on the Boulevard il-Jameel, not far from where Bill usually sat in his taxi.
It's all right, Kmuzu," I said. I didn't want the two of them wrestling on the floor here outside Friedlander Bey's office. They could settle their little dominance dispute on their own time. Kmuzu gave me a cool glance, but said nothing. The Stone bowed his head slightly as I went past him into Papa's waiting room, and then he closed the door behind me. If he and Kmuzu went at it out in the hall, I'd be at a loss to know what to do. What's the proper etiquette when your slave is getting beaten up by your boss's slave?
She glanced at me and gave me a slow, rapturous smile. It was the look you get only from complete sexual satisfaction or from a large dose of Sonneine. "Marid," she said serenely. She still whined, but now it was a serene whine. "Got to go out on patrol today, and I thought you might have—" "Marid, a young girl came to me this morning and said, 'Mother, the eyes of the narcissus are open, and the cheeks of the roses are red with blushing! '" "Laila, if you'll just give me a minute—" "And I said to her, 'Daughter, that which delights you will fade in an hour, and what profit will you then have in it?
A Fire in the Sun (The second book in the Marid Audran series) by George Alec Effinger