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The Mortal Instruments Series, Books 1-4 (City of Bones/City by Cassandra Clare

By Cassandra Clare

The first 4 books within the number 1 New York Times bestselling Mortal Instruments sequence, on hand in an book collection.

Enter the key global of the Shadowhunters with this publication boxed set that comes with City of Bones, City of Ashes, City of Glass, and City of Fallen Angels. The Mortal tools books have greater than 5 million copies in print, and this publication selection of the 1st 4 volumes makes an excellent gift for novices to the sequence and for unswerving lovers alike.

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Not me. 舡 I stuffed the toad into my sack and picked up another. 舡 Billy drew a folded piece of paper out of the pocket of his sweats and read it. 舡 I blinked at him. 舡 舠I dropped by your office and checked your messages. A Ms. 舡 I felt my temper rising again. 舡 His expression turned annoyed. 舠I checked your mail, too. The landlord for the office dropped off your eviction notice. 舡 舠What the hell gives you the right to go poking around in my office, Billy? 舡 He took a step in front of me, glaring.

Her mouth firmed into a line. 舠I see. Then, if you will excuse me舒舡 This time I interrupted her. 舠Ms. 舡 Her eyes glittered, anger showing for a moment, cool and far away. 舡 I nodded. I opened the drawer to my desk and took out a pad of paper. 舠Yeah. 舡 I drew out a pen, took off the lid, and set it down beside the pad. 舠Uh-huh. Then you come in here. 舡 she inquired. 舠Too good to be true,舡 I repeated. 44-caliber revolver from the desk drawer, leveled it at her, and thumbed back the hammer. 舠Call me crazy, but lately I舗ve been thinking that if something舗s too good to be true, then it probably isn舗t.

This day just kept getting better. My office is in a building in midtown. It isn舗t much of a building, but it still looked too good for me that day. I got a glare from the aging security guard downstairs and felt lucky that he recognized me from previous encounters. A new guy probably would have given me the bum舗s rush without blinking. I nodded at the guard and smiled and tried to look businesslike. Heh. I walked past the elevator on my way to the stairs. There was a sign on it that said it was under repair.

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