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"The veve of Mounanchou," she said. "Valcours' patron god. And Clothilde's. A
nasty sort. The god of gangsters and secret societies." "Then why not use it on
your calling card?" he asked, still angry. "It seems more appropriate." "I've
Lines of flame crisscrossed the walls, touching off patterns buried in the paint,
repeating the veve of Mounanchou and Clothilde's face over and over again, as
well as petro designs: knives stuck into hearts, hanged men, beheaded goats.
He had been an obvious choice; after all, twice before the Aspects at Badagris
had dealt with the cadre of Mounanchou. Such purges were becoming a tradition.
It might well be time for a restructuring of the cadre's valence, for bringing forth an
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