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The Foreworld Saga: The Assassination of Orange by Brassey Joseph

They dined privately, with only Roger and William’s wife, Louise de Coligny, present. The room was surprisingly sparse, though the food was excellent. They spoke of the war, and Balthasar was thankful for his years of service in Luxembourg. He had been on the opposite side, but it still gave him enough to speak with authority on the battles of the past two years. Enough, at least, to convince the Welshman—it seemed—that he was a nobleman of capability. William, for his part, remained reserved and observant, polite and contemplative. If he showed any sign of distrust, Balthasar could not detect it, but that did not mean that it was not there. Louise remained quiet throughout the meal, except to ask Balthasar occasional questions about the state of things in France, and departed before the meal was over, complaining of an unsettled stomach.

Afterward, they walked in the gardens, with spring flowers in full bloom among rows of carefully maintained hedges and bushes that edged a series of pathways through which they walked, the Welshman trailing a few steps behind the prince and Balthasar. William spoke of his allies in France, to which the seal might be taken, and Balthasar made a show of being as attentive as he could, but his attention was focused primarily on memorizing as many details as possible.

He had not expected to be given a chance to make the killing on his first meeting with the prince; doing so would have assured him no chance of escape to claim his reward. As he gave cursory attention to William’s words, he reflected on the difficulties he still faced. He would need to arrange to get onto the grounds with weapons in hand. They had insisted Cederno turn over his sword, Balthasar recalled, but the guard had seemed reluctant to actually lay hands upon him to conduct a search. Therein might be my chance, he thought. His pretended status might yet protect him, if he used it with finesse.

 

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Author:Brassey, Joseph

Language: eng

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Published: 2013-04-15T16:00:00+00:00
They dined privately, with only Roger and William’s wife, Louise de Coligny, present. The room was surprisingly sparse, though the food was excellent. They spoke of the war, and Balthasar was thankful for his years of service in Luxembourg. He had been on the opposite side, but it still gave him enough to speak with authority on the battles of the past two years. Enough, at least, to convince the Welshman—it seemed—that he was a nobleman of capability. William, for his part, remained reserved and observant, polite and contemplative. If he showed any sign of distrust, Balthasar could not detect it, but that did not mean that it was not there. Louise remained quiet throughout the meal, except to ask Balthasar occasional questions about the state of things in France, and departed before the meal was over, complaining of an unsettled stomach.

Afterward, they walked in the gardens, with spring flowers in full bloom among rows of carefully maintained hedges and bushes that edged a series of pathways through which they walked, the Welshman trailing a few steps behind the prince and Balthasar. William spoke of his allies in France, to which the seal might be taken, and Balthasar made a show of being as attentive as he could, but his attention was focused primarily on memorizing as many details as possible.

He had not expected to be given a chance to make the killing on his first meeting with the prince; doing so would have assured him no chance of escape to claim his reward. As he gave cursory attention to William’s words, he reflected on the difficulties he still faced. He would need to arrange to get onto the grounds with weapons in hand. They had insisted Cederno turn over his sword, Balthasar recalled, but the guard had seemed reluctant to actually lay hands upon him to conduct a search. Therein might be my chance, he thought. His pretended status might yet protect him, if he used it with finesse.

“I have allies, amongst the Huguenots,” William was saying, bringing Balthasar back to the present. “Take the seal to France, and place it in the hands of François de Coligny, my wife’s brother. He is in the position to most readily make use of this weapon. Return when you have delivered it, and report to me.”

Balthasar knew the name, and fought to keep the look upon his face neutral. William’s wife, Louise, like her brother, was the daughter of the recently slain Huguenot leader Gaspard de Coligny. François was also a man for whom Balthasar felt little other than unabashed loathing, and as he accepted the commandment, he felt the tug of fear churn in his gut. If I fail, I will have handed the Protestants a great weapon, and done more harm to my cause than good.

He swallowed, attempting to seem humble rather than afraid, and steeled himself. The greatest deeds always carried the highest risk.

“With the utmost speed, Your Highness,” he said. “I will do as you ask and return.

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