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“Sword and Deviltry is a retro-introduction collection, about the famous pair of Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser.”
“Deviltry," which, in its essence, is nothing else than slander, or traitorhood; -- the accusing and giving up of good.”
“Makes you wonder what kind of Deviltry them Crazy Jihadis are up to.”
“Deviltry, Watson!" he remarked, and sat long with a clouded brow.”
“I've found Swords and Deviltry, the first Fafhrd/Mouser book.”
“In case it helps in locating a copy, my copy of “Ill Met” is part of a collection called “Swords and Deviltry”.”
“Top of the package with an afterword from Mignola and the first two chapters of Dark Horse's upcoming deluxe release of Leiber's Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser adventure, Swords of Deviltry, and the result is a package that should appeal to sword & sorcery buffs who like a little crime fiction mixed in with their fantasy and lovers of great advenutres alike…”
“Deviltry danced in his eyes as he looked up at her, though she could see the drug beginning to fade them.”
“He was first sent into Pembroke by secret Deviltry, and now is to be sent there again by open Deviltry.”
“Deviltry be it, if you prefer the word, and all deference to you, Mrs Lawford.”
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