By Maureen Ash
While a squire's physique is located putting from a tree, Templar Bascot de Marins is given the duty of unearthing the reality sooner than an unheard of assembly of kings at Lincoln citadel.
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Bascot sighed and stood up. “If anyone remembers anything, Father, I would be pleased if you would let me know. ” They all went back outside and Bascot looked around for Gianni, who had disappeared, along with the dog, from the doorway of the church. The villagers were still clustered about in clumps of two or three, watching silently as their priest led the visitors back in the direction of the gate. Suddenly there was the crash of splintering wood and the bellow of an animal; then a girl came running from one of the buildings near the pond.
Nicolaa de la Haye’s mouth set in a moue as she asked the question. Bascot nodded. “It is possible, certainly. ” After the Templar had returned to the castle later that day he had gone to the castellan’s private chamber to give his report. Nicolaa had offered him a glass of wine and set out a dish of candi, boiled lumps of sugar made from sweet canes in the Holy Land and transported to England by the Templar Order. A store had been put by for the guests that would soon ﬂood the castle but, knowing how fond Bascot was of them, Nicolaa had ordered a few sent to her room.
Rufus lowered his head and made no reply. Pushing himself upright, Renault heaved a sigh. “But you are right, Rufus, and so is Osbert. ” He glanced around at them all and, with a lazy grin, added, “My only regret is that I promised Hubert a good thrashing if he continued with his pilfering ways. I should have given it to him then. ” This remark brought titters from all the rest of the boys except one, a lad about Rufus’s age named Hugo. He was sitting on the ﬂoor, ﬁddling with a piece of straw, and had not raised his head once since they had all gathered in the room.