The Beekeeper's Apprentice, or, on the Segregation of the Queen - Book Four: Chapter 17, Forces Joined Summary & Analysis

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Book Four: Chapter 17, Forces Joined Summary

Inside her room Holmes sits disguised as a priest. She hugs him and in a rush of excitement tells him they no longer have to stay alienated. Holmes stops her, and asks her to clarify herself, and she slows down long enough to reveal the identity of their assailant. She also tells Holmes that her watchers have been pulled off, and at a suggestion from Holmes she changes into trousers and boots. Their noisy exit creates a stir as women come out of their rooms to protest the men in their dorm. Holmes makes a quick call before they get into Mary's Morris and head for Sussex Downs. Mary's driving habits have Holmes anxious for most of the trip, constantly suggesting she slow down so that they arrive in one piece, but Mary is confident...

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