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

Dorothy Dunnett
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Part Three, Chapter IV Summary

Gideon was well liked by England's noble men. They confided easily in him, but he was more of a listener than a speaker. He took in all they had to say about politics and then formed his own opinion. On one such occasion he found himself the audience of Margaret Lennox, who had at one point been intimately involved with Francis. Between her description and his own recollections of the stranger, he concluded that the man who had stolen and returned his farm animals was named Francis Crawford and that he was the leader of an unconventional group. Francis met his match when he sent a message to both Wat Buccleuch and Sir Douglas and forged Will's signature. Francis expected to steal Samuel Harvey away from the bunch, but they overtook him. He was bound and awaited...

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