Grave Mercy: His Fair Assassin, Book I - Chapters Thirteen-Sixteen Summary & Analysis

R. L. LaFevers
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Chapters Thirteen-Sixteen Summary

In Chapter Thirteen, Duval and Ismae arrive at the inn where they are served supper. During the meal, both Ismae and Duval try to get information from the other that will answer their questions about Runnion. Duval begins to tell Ismae about Martel when a huge, ugly man enters the inn. Ismae believes at first he intends to do Duval harm but then realizes they are friends. The man is Sir Benebic of Waroch whom Ismae knows as the Beast. Another man, who is attractive but not mannerly, named de Lornay also travels with him. Duval escorts Ismae to her room intending to have time alone to talk to his friends but Ismae looks for a way to eavesdrop on them at the end of the chapter.

In Chapter Fourteen, Ismae listens in on the conversation between Duval, the Beast and...

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