Grave Mercy: His Fair Assassin, Book I - Chapters Twenty-nine — Thirty-two Summary & Analysis

R. L. LaFevers
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Chapters Twenty-nine — Thirty-two Summary

In Chapter Twenty-nine, Duval takes Anne to the private chambers where Nemour's crumpled body is laying on the flagstones of the courtyard about two stories below his window. He is dead. Since no one but the members of the Privy Council know of Nemour's existence, they assume that one of them must have been responsible. Ismae connects with Nemour's soul to try to determine his last thoughts. He is grieved by being overtaken, but more grieved that he is leaving Anne alone. Through his spirit, Ismae learns that Nemour was pushed from behind, but that he did not see his murderer.

In Chapter Thirty, Duval has joined the other men on the planned hunt because he feels no need to make a big ordeal over what has happened to Nemour, since no one knew who he was...

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