Copenhagen
September 1636
Marlon burst through the door of his townhouse. "Reva! You won't believe it!"

Reva seemed to be waiting in the salon, tapping her foot. "I've already heard. You're off on a wild goose chase halfway around the world."

Marlon was caught by surprise. He hadn't thought about how Reva would take the news. Yes, all the danger signs were there: the tapping foot, arms folded tightly across her chest, withering frown on her brow. It was definitely time to tread lightly.

"Reva, it's not a wild goose chase. They already have a . . .

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