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CHAPTER SIXTY-SIX: TIME

  Cape billowing, lantern swinging, I tore down Sorrel, passing Foxglove, but turning left onto a back road so I could enter the Heath unseen. Running against the rain, I pushed my way down Blackwood, the little street where Bertie … Read More

CHAPTER SIXTY-THREE: A DEEPENING BOND

  When Gregory had died, I’d thought there could be no grief greater.  How mistaken I’d been.  For, losing Sidney under such harrowing circumstances was a thousand times worse.  With Gregory’s death, I’d grieved in secrecy, therefore unjudged.  With Sidney’s … Read More

CHAPTER SIXTY-TWO: SAFE HAVEN

  When Mr. Fitzsimmons helped me down from the carriage in front of John Winterbourne’s house, the first thing I heard was the sea.  It was a little bit oxymoronic that day because it was roaring but quietly, contradicting itself.  … Read More

CHAPTER SIXTY: TORMENT

    Author’s Note:   From now on,  I’ll be posting the chapters in the sequence in which they’ve been written. This chapter jumps ahead to after Sidney’s suicide.  I highly recommend that you go back and read chapter 47,  … Read More

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