Monthly Archives: July 2015

The dinner from hell (part two)

The Baronet had asked the question to intimidate his attorney, who read in his eyes that his loyalties were being tested.  With head cocked on one side, Sir Walter went so far as to hold out a hand.  It was … Continue reading

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The dinner from hell (part one)

He saw Lady Stanhope again over dinner that evening.  She sat opposite Sir Walter at the head of the table, her hair, like the other women’s on this formal occasion, elaborately dressed with fanciful decoration, in her case a generous … Continue reading

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