The Property of Lee Harrison Peeters Chapter Fifteen: Montgomery’s Inn

7 02 2010

The Property of Lee Harrison Peeters

Chapter Fifteen: Montgomery’s Inn

By late afternoon the next day the stranger reaches the outskirts of York. There are people everywhere. Lots of excitement. And troops. Visible. The stranger finds a livery stable and boards up his horses. The blacksmith directs him toward an inn down the road. The stranger walks down the street. The crowds are getting heavier. There is excitement in the air. He steps into a small inn and asks for a room. As he enters his room, a young woman exits the room opposite. She smiles. The stranger does not.


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8 02 2010
kseverny

i like it.
it has a subtle beauty quality about it

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