In the Company of the Courtesan - Part 3: Chapters 30-32 Summary & Analysis

Sarah Dunant
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Part 3: Chapters 30-32 Summary

Confused, but knowing he has been deceived, Bucino decides that it must have been La Draga, after all, who took the ruby, though he is not simply angry at her for that but also for her years of deception. As she is in town with her daughter, Bucino goes to La Draga's home and breaks in. Though he is initially searching for the ruby, he soon realizes that he won't find it. Instead, he discovers many notebooks of scientific notes, drawings, potions, and other herbs for healing, and more occult items as well. Most disturbingly, he finds a bag of baby's bones beneath the floorboards. Knowing that these most likely come from women who have had miscarriages or abortions, he decides to cause La Draga distress by removing them from her house: this way, she will know that someone...

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