Death at the Wedding Feast (John Rawlings, Book 14) by Deryn Lake

By Deryn Lake

An Apothecary John Rawlings Georgian secret - Apothecary John Rawlings has travelled to Devon to be through the facet of his mistress, Elizabeth di Lorenzi, who's because of provide beginning to their baby. Leaving his store - and his new carbonated water enterprise -; in strong fingers, John is gifted with a shock on his arrival at Sidmouth Bay. whereas Elizabeth is recovering, he learns that woman Sidmouth's daughter, Miranda, is to marry the aged Earl of St Austell, who's fifty-four years her senior and has a merciless popularity. because the marriage ceremony day techniques, John feels more and more uneasy, and sooner than too lengthy his worst forebodings are discovered . . .

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Fairfax and Cromwell have soundly defeated the Cavaliers, and the King's army is in tatters. In the midst of the gloom which surrounds you, there is one bright spot. Dell is still alive. Now turn to 207. 155 153 As you relate your story, you watch his face harden in disbelief. When you have finished, he answers you. 'I have never heard such incredible tales in my entire career,' he says. 'I do not believe a word of it. Instead, Master Worden, I believe you to be a Roundhead spy. And we have only one way of dealing with spies.

If you have done so only one or two times, then turn to 229. If you have opposed the majority three or more times, then turn to 88. 175 Standing, you tell the House of Commons that it You rise to your feet and acknowledge the people's request to take your place on the platform. Thinking quickly, you realize that the most important thing to do is to arm yourselves. You tell them this and they agree. The only store of weapons near here is the county armoury,' you say. 'It is important that we secure this before the forces of the King can deprive us of these weapons.

Cries one man. ' cries another. 'Tell your lies to the Irish,' shouts another. ' The messenger stumbles away down the road, very much the worse for wear, and the crowd disperses. Now turn to 222. 111 Rupert, assessing the state of the battle, decides that the King is in danger, and that the battle cannot be won. He rallies you and others around him and carves a way through to the King to cover his retreat from the field. Arriving at the King's side, you realize with a shock that one of the horsemen already there is Dell!

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