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Publisher: Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Published: 1997-01-01T05:00:00+00:00

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Setting off along the trail again, they saw Francisca in the distance, coming on her pony, and they waved. She responded but did not turn back, so she must have something to tell them. It was a reminder that privacy was about to be lost, that Toby had better think up an explanation for his peculiar behavior, and that there were still mysteries lurking on the edges.

“May I ask you a question now, Brother?”

 

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Author:Dave Duncan

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Open Road Media Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Published: 1997-01-01T05:00:00+00:00
6

Setting off along the trail again, they saw Francisca in the distance, coming on her pony, and they waved. She responded but did not turn back, so she must have something to tell them. It was a reminder that privacy was about to be lost, that Toby had better think up an explanation for his peculiar behavior, and that there were still mysteries lurking on the edges.

“May I ask you a question now, Brother?”

“No, because I have more to tell you, so I have not finished.” The old man chuckled at his expression. “You see? Even we Franciscans can be devious! But we give fair value. What have you there, child?” He examined Pepita’s collection of leaves and began lecturing her on herbs.

Only gramarye could have healed Toby’s injuries. The kindly old man was certainly not an incarnate, so he must be an adept and have a bottled demon concealed somewhere about his person. But if Toby could carry the soul of the true king of England around with him in a locket, a friar could transport a demon. Granted that the initial process of capturing and enslaving an elemental was vicious, the resulting demon was still immortal. If it and its conjuration later fell into innocent hands and were applied to benevolent purposes, that was a worthy practice surely. It would have to be a secret one, though, because hexing was not merely illegal but so detested that suspects were frequently torn apart by a mob before the authorities could even arrest them. He could see no connection between what Brother Bernat was doing and Senora Collel’s confused mutterings about alumbradismo. Nor could he see where Pepita might fit in—Pepita, whose strange rapport for horses extended even to mice.

The Inquisition disapproved of hexers almost as much as it disapproved of the possessed. Should it learn of Brother Bernat’s actions, it would confiscate his demon and impose a severe penance on him, although few of the customary penalties could be applied to a ninety-year old mendicant preacher. Forfeiture of all his worldly goods would be impossible, because he had none. Flogging or a term in the galleys would kill him. But he would certainly lose Pepita, whom he obviously loved dearly, so he had as much cause to fear the Inquisition as Toby did. He was not the only one. Gracia was another, whether or not she was achieving anything with her voices and her bottles, and the don himself might be judged possessed if he babbled about his imaginary army.

Francisca arrived on her wheezing little pony and beamed delightedly at Toby. “Campeador, you are recovered!”

“Thanks to Brother Bernat. I had a bad fall, but his skilled massage has eased my bruises.”

The old lady blinked in disbelief. “Indeed? Praise to all good spirits! But I came to urge you to greater speed, for we have seen a mounted band approaching, and Don Ramon is preparing our defenses. Perhaps you could go faster if the child rode with me?”

“I think she can manage as well on her own feet, senor,” the friar said, eyeing the sweating pony dubiously.

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