A Column of Fire - Part Five (1602-1606): 30 – Epilogue (1620) (884-909) Summary & Analysis

Follett, Ken
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The plotters hear about Monteagle’s letter and start to blame each other. Rollo says whoever did it is an idiot not a traitor as they would have named them all if they actually wanted them to be caught. Rollo says they must go through with the plan as they have done so much work. The letter was vague and Rollo does not believe that Cecil or Ned know what to do. Rollo tells Percy to go to his relative to find out how much the Privy Council knows. If his relative is nervous around Percy, then they will know that the Council knows specific names. Percy agrees. Rollo meets him a few days later and says that there was no suspicion. Rollo returns to the House of Lords and is horrified to see people at the House of Lords...

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