A Morbid Taste for Bones - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

Cadfael comes across Peredur and relays Sioned's message of appreciation. Peredur winces when he hears this. Cadfael continues on his way and finds out that Cal is assigned guard duty outside John's cell. He is relieved to hear it. Bened also informs Cadfael that the prince has gone south, and the sheriff and bailiff are busy keeping up with his absence and will not have much time for a small matter like John's crime. Cadfael and Bened discuss the murder, and Bened admits that he does not think that Engelard is capable of murder. It is apparent that Bened, just like most of the townspeople, cannot fathom that any of the Benedictine brothers could possibly have anything to do with the murder either.

Cadfael spends a lot of time contemplating suspects. He asks around whether Rhisiart had enemies, but he obtains no leads...

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