By Donald Moffitt
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Just go on as you Ve been doing, ya Abdul," he said vaguely. " "But I'll need some additional nucleotide samples, and I've got to know if—" "That will do, ya Abdul. " But he never did. Shortly before the noon prayer, a security squad swooped down on the lab—four burly gorillas in camou-flage keffias and a plainclothes officer in charge. Yezid the Prod swept in ahead of them and brayed at everyone to close the doors of their cubicles and not look out. Hamid-Jones heard a thud and a yelp as Yezid applied his rod to somebody who had re-mained in the way.
My other tenants are very upset. I may lose Mr. " He peered sidewise at a lighted window in Mr. Najib's ground-floor apartment, where a curtain had parted a crack, then had been drawn shut again. The light abruptly went out. "But hajji," Hamid-Jones protested, "I've always paid my rent on time—" "I can't help that," the landlord said. "You'll have to find another place to live, that's all there is to it. " * * * The next day, Feisel and Ja'far failed to show up for work. Word went quickly round that they'd been arrested during the night.
The words stuck in his throat. " Feisel said. " It didn't take long. By quitting time that day, the purge had claimed its first victim, a palsied old veterinary's assistant whom the Clonemaster had kept on out of charity. Hamid-Jones stood well back with the others and watched as they dragged the old fellow away, cringing under the blows and sobbing his inno-cence. Feisel spoke softly from behind him. "Don't count on your friends, ya Abdul. " Just a look, Hamid-Jones promised himself. Just a look down the street, and if he saw the least indication that the Clonemas-ter's house was still under surveillance, he would walk past the corner, take a roundabout way to the tube station, and go home.
Crescent in the Sky (Book One of the Mechanical Sky) by Donald Moffitt