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Nash of the Thieves’ Guild by Tony Passarelli

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The City of Port Gardale is under the rule of the Godking. The Thieves’ Guild is a secret organization that operates in the shadows and back alleyways of the Port City. Life can be hard for a thief, especially hard for a boy thief…

Meet Nash of the Thieves’ Guild; he knows the meaning of hard because he is desperate.

Desperate for a virgin and desperate to stay alive!

Will the young thief spill his oats or will his deadly rival Jadrien spill his beans?

Fun and frolics, thrills ‘n spills. It’s time for high adventure where life is sweet and danger is only one footstep away.

Short story: 5,000 words.

Not suitable for younger readers.

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