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The Queen's Man Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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1. The sheriff of Winchester is preoccupied with other matters. Luke, the undersheriff, could himself be a suspect in Gervase's murder, because of his relationship with the goldsmith's mistress. Would the murder ever have been investigated, let alone solved, if Justin had not been given the letter to deliver to the Queen? 2. Do you think most families are like the Fitz Randolphs, where many members have guilty secrets not visible to the outside world? Or is this an exaggeration to "thicken the plot?" 3. Justin immediately tumbles for Claudine, one of the Queen's ladies. Meanwhile Nell, the innkeeper, nurses him when he is injured, and hides the secret crush she has on him. Is Justin taking advantage of Nell's good nature, and dazzled by Claudine's position close to royalty? Or is he genuinely in love with Claudine? 4. Why is the use of a foreign language a mark of high...

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