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Queens' Play - Part Two: Dangerous Juggles: III: Aubigny: Boldness of Denial and IV: Blois: All the Mean Arts Summary & Analysis

Dorothy Dunnett
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In Part Two: Dangerous Juggles: III: Aubigny: Boldness of Denial, the chapter begins with a riddle. Tom Erskine is in Germany with the and the French court arrives in Blois. Clues had been found by Lymond that led him to believe that Queen Mary's assassination had been the purpose of the cheetah attack. Thady had become an expected presence at court; they had finally accepted him, so his plans may begin. Robin Stewart gets into an argument with Thady over O'LiamRoe, saying he, Stewart, only stayed for Thady. The court arrives in Orleans.

During a tour of the castle, Sir George Douglas approaches the group and slams his hand down on Thady's. Stewart shows his annoyance at this behavior and Stewart removes his hand. The incident is forgotten by most of those present...

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