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"Sir Knight. I hear that thou wilt not say thy name nor thy true business to anyone.”

"It is a vow I have made, that Baron Cloyes must be the first in England to know of these things. ”

Man, thy story might turn my heart completely to thy cause,” Lord Godwin said.

It matters little now, my lord.” Sir Chris coughed several times. “The earl has said I am to be made to confess to the burning of the manor house. To that I cannot confess, and so ... Lady Hope?”

Yes, Sir Chris?”

I am sorry I could not help you,” he said in a voice I could scarcely hear. “I am sorry, too, that you were not persuaded to know Christ.”

Hope and the Knight of the Black Lion

by Mary C. Findley

copyright by Mary C. Findley 2010

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