Outlander Quotes

Diana Gabaldon
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"Eh, a bonny one, Sassenach or no," said the man, a fat, greasy-looking sort, seated by the fire. He was holding a chunk of bread and didn't bother to set it down as he rose and came over to me. Chapter 3, p.59

"Claire....Claire Beauchamp, I said, deciding on the spur of the moment to use my maiden name. If it was ransom they had in mind, I didn't want to help them by giving a name that could lead to Frank." Chapter 3, p. 59

"But if he'd care to give me the names of your kin in France, I might manage to send word ahead - so they'll be fettled against your coming, eh?"Chapter 7, p. 146

"Yon's no job to be making heavy weather of. A wee snatch o' the head and it's over. Here, shall I help ye?" Chapter 9, p...

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