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With exaggerated courtesy, two of the men held their arms to her. Purity realized that she had little choice now. "I'll walk of myself, please, and I'll hold my tongue."

This had an ominous ring to it. "Are you arresting me?" she asked, incredulous.

Souls, said Calvin. "In particular, the theft of souls."

Calvin's eyes became narrow slits. "I didn't feel safe all the time. I felt safe with you."

This had an ominous ring to it. "Are you arresting me?" she asked, incredulous.

If I decide you and I aren't going to get hurt, we won't, said Calvin.

A gangplank was run up from the dock to a gap in the ship's gunwale.

Peaseman shook his head. "That was what I asked many minutes and several long speeches ago. Now I ask you to take their arms and argue no further, or the next step will not be so liberal."

Oh, so you can read minds like your sister-in-law?

Sometimes theft doesn't look like theft. What if they think they're lending them, but they can't get them back? What about that?

But Monsieur le Genius, not all knives are seen in advance.

I don't think you understand what I can do, said Calvin.

It proved that you can be harmed.

That statement is so obviously false that it is not worth answering, said Honore.

Peaseman rolled his eyes. "Miss, all I'm doing is asking you to let me do my work in the manner the law says I should. By law and common sense I can't leave you here exposed to danger, and with a prisoner who can't be tied I need to keep these men with me." Peaseman looked to two of his men. "Give the young lady your arms, gentlemen."

Calvin's eyes became narrow slits. "I didn't feel safe all the time. I felt safe with you."

They stood in the scant shade of a stack of empty crates, watching as a newly arrived ship was moored to the dock. Honore sounded testy. "If the transaction I saw on the docks has something to do with missing heartfires -- which are not souls as the priests describe them -- then it was not theft at all. The dolls were freely given."

Peaseman rolled his eyes. "Miss, all I'm doing is asking you to let me do my work in the manner the law says I should. By law and common sense I can't leave you here exposed to danger, and with a prisoner who can't be tied I need to keep these men with me." Peaseman looked to two of his men. "Give the young lady your arms, gentlemen."

They stood in the scant shade of a stack of empty crates, watching as a newly arrived ship was moored to the dock. Honore sounded testy. "If the transaction I saw on the docks has something to do with missing heartfires -- which are not souls as the priests describe them -- then it was not theft at all. The dolls were freely given."

What is it that you think you're looking for? asked Honore. They had spent the heat of the day on the docks and were dripping with sweat. It was getting on toward evening without a sign of relief from the heat.

Oh, so you can read minds like your sister-in-law?

No, it proved you can't be trusted.

I don't think you understand what I can do, said Calvin.

Peaseman shook his head. "That was what I asked many minutes and several long speeches ago. Now I ask you to take their arms and argue no further, or the next step will not be so liberal."

And what if you are getting us in the path of something dangerous? Did you think of that?

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