The Royal Ranger - Chapters 34 - 44 Summary & Analysis

John A. Flanagan
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Chapter 34

Esseldon was smaller than Danvers Crossing and wasn’t situated on a river. Will made arrangements to stay in the stable to underscore his wandering itinerant persona. Jerome, the innkeeper, didn’t give Will much hope for the possibility of work. After they settled in, Maddie left the stable to mix in with the local kids. Will took off ostensibly to look for work; but, in reality, he wanted to see what he could find out about the missing children. Maddie found a group of kids throwing stones at a wooden raft in a pond. Most of the stones missed their target. Maddie asked the kids if she could have a go at it. Maddie had to ante in two pennies. Whoever hit the target first would win the pot. She put a good-sized stone in her sling, swung it around and...

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