The Game of Kings - Part Three, Chapter III Summary & Analysis

Dorothy Dunnett
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Part Three, Chapter III Summary

Nearly three weeks later Richard set off for home. He intended to apologize to Mariotta but didn't find her. He assumed that she accompanied Sybilla to Dumbarton and so he changed direction. At Dumbarton he found his mother and an obstinate queen child, but not his wife. Sybilla confronted him and drew his attention to his own faults, namely his painful preoccupation with hunting down his brother. When he learned that Mariotta had ended up (again) with Francis he feigned disinterest in her, stating that she was nothing to him. In the Spring Lady Herries was married to Master John Maxwell. Their marriage was a happy occasion, and Maxwell confessed that they had been brought together by a third party. Tom Erskine was also hoping for love. Again he asked for Christian's hand in marriage and this...

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