A Column of Fire - Part Four (1583-1589): 23 (680-711) Summary & Analysis

Follett, Ken
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After spending 15 years imprisoned in Sheffield Castle with Mary Stuart, Alison continues to hold onto hope. The only good thing about it is the park across from the moat where Mary is allowed to ride with an armed guard and Alison is allowed to travel through whenever she wants. No one cares if she escapes, and Alison knows she could leave at any time. She knows there are many Catholics who will fight for Mary, but nothing has happened. While riding on this particular day, however, she is stopped by a 50 year old man who calls himself Jean Langlais. He tells her he is a messenger from Pierre and informs Alison that her imprisonment is almost over. He tells her that Duke Henri plans to invade England and needs Mary’s cooperation in the revolution. He says that the Duke needs...

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