The Game of Kings - Part One, Chapter I Summary & Analysis

Dorothy Dunnett
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Part One, Chapter I Summary

In fulfillment of Scott Buccleuch's prediction, the English forces defeated the Scottish on the field of Pinkie. Despite their loss on the battlefield, the Scottish child queen remained safe. While the noblemen with sworn alliances worked hard to regroup and rebuild, Francis Crawford and his men wanted for nothing. Their camp may have appeared rough on the outside, but the men reported to Francis voluntarily, and the camp was well stocked and filled with merriment. An anonymous man arrived at camp offering to join Crawford's group, but Francis was weary of his motive. He was barely old enough to be called a man and Francis couldn't figure out what would draw him away from the comforts of home, except for a quest for adventure. Francis was aware that his escapades often turned dangerous and also that traitors...

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