TheMole wrote:Guards Guards, p. 380 of my Corgi paperback:
He was a captain, godsdammit. An officer. Things like this didn't present a problem for an officer. Officers had a tried and tested way of solving problems like this. It was called a sergeant.
Jan Van Quirm wrote:I think there's several like that in the earlier books - I read something like that in Equal Rites a few weeks back and it was about a storm in the Ramtops (naturally) and was basically to the effect that storms had to be tougher there...?
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