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Flashman's Lady Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 13 Summary

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Chapter 13 Summary

Flashy is good at finding back doors when he needs a hurried escape, and he drags Elspeth, warning her to be quiet, telling her she must be "hustled or dead." Running through shrubbery, he hears that they have come to arrest him and tells Elspeth they are running for their lives. He is frenzied to keep her quiet, and lies on top of her in the shadows when noises bring an inspection. Elspeth stifles a scream when an under-officer steps on her hand, and half-carries her to the bushes when he leaves. Unable to get past a sentry, Flashy has Elspeth create a diversion so he can ambush him. They plunge to the gate and onto horses and make for the trees. Fortunately, Elspeth is a decent horsewoman, but fears she will swoon. She demands an explanation and rejects the things he tells her as absurd, since...

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