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

Dorothy Dunnett
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Part Four, Chapter III Summary

Francis was injured and bleeding badly. Erskine was confident that he would die, and indicated that the Scottsmen should all go home. The Queen's secret was safe and therefore their work was done. Richard was unwilling to leave without certainty. He wanted his brother to be tried and found guilty in a court of law, or at the very least fight him in hand to hand combat. He nursed him back to relative health in the wilderness. During their time together Francis told Richard about Mariotta and his ignorance of her needs. He also told Richard that he was not responsible for the jewelry, although Francis understood that Mariotta thought he was the sender. Richard asked Francis about Patey Lidell's involvement, to which Francis responded that Patey only did what he was told. Richard brought up Lady...

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