The Game of Kings - Part Four, Chapter Two Summary & Analysis

Dorothy Dunnett
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Part Four, Chapter Two Summary

Kate was displeased with having an extra person to care for, but, like Gideon, she developed a tender spot for Francis. Kate tried to outwit Crawford but found him too guarded and quick. Although her family was unwillingly dragged into his affairs, she discovered that he meant them no ill will. She learned to enjoy his company. He was as skilled on musical instruments as he was in poetry and sword fights. Gideon returned as quickly as he could to inform Francis of the state of Samuel Harvey's health. While Gideon could not accompany Crawford on his journey, he offered him food and the use of a horse from his stable. Francis set off in search of George Douglas, whom he thought he could convince to bring Samuel Harvey nearer. As he left, Gideon and Kate were...

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