GrantvilleOctober, 1636

"That's the kind of mistake that tends to come one to a customer," Rob Clark commented. Tom Quiney's The Invisible Bishop, as performed by Massinger's men, had caused a considerable amount of controversy among the parishioners of St. Alfred's Episcopal church.

"Imprudent, at least." That was Gillian, the young English jeweler who had come to work at the Roths' store and married Andrew Rogers.

Wendy Thomas giggled. She didn't take being Episcopalian quite as seriously as, for example, Christie Kemp. Who might have been a bit uptight . . .

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