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They're in the house opposite with my partner, having a cup of tea. " "Apparently not. " "We'd better have a word with them, anyway. See if you can move that crowd along. " The Constable nodded, and Hawk and Fisher headed for the house he'd indicated, stepping around the bloodstains where they could. "You know," said Fisher quietly, "it's times like this I seriously think about getting out of this job. You think you've seen every nasty sight and spectacle the Northside can throw at you, and then something like this happens.
The landing at the top of the stairs led off onto a narrow hallway. There were three doors, all firmly closed. Hawk and Fisher stood together, listening, but there was only the quiet, and the sound of their own breathing. Hawk sniffed at the air. " "Yeah; something. " The nearest door suddenly flew open, slamming back against the passageway wall with a deafening crash. Hawk and Fisher moved quickly to stand on guard, weapons at the ready. At first Hawk thought the figure before them was some kind of beast, and it took him a moment to realize it was a man wrapped in furs.
So the Guard sent in Hawk and Fisher. There wasn't much that could shock them. Hawk was tall, dark, but no longer handsome. A series of old scars ran down the right side of his face, and a black silk patch covered his right eye. He wore a long furred jacket and trousers and a heavy black Guardsman's cloak. He didn't look like much. He was lean and wiry rather than muscular, and he was beginning to build a stomach. He wore his long dark hair swept back from his forehead and tied with a silver clasp at the nape.
A Guide to the Solidification of Steels by Jernkontoret