A Column of Fire - Part One (1558): 7 (185 – 201) Summary & Analysis

Follett, Ken
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After Reginald refuses to transfer ownership of the Priory to Alice, Ned waits impatiently for a trial in June that will surely honor the contract of the loan Reginald agreed to. At the courthouse, Alice’s case is the first trial of the day. Ned refuses to treat anyone of the Fitzgerald family civilly, with the exception of Margery who he still believes loves him. Dan and the other Protestants were arrested. Everyone except Philbert had been released on bail. They would be on trial the next day by a church court. Ned suspects that Donal is the one who betrayed them even though many confirmed he had been drunk that night. The justices arrive and Rollo begins speaking in place of his father. Bishop Julius walks in, surprising Ned. Alice explains the deal she made with Reginald, and the latter claims that...

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