Tag Archives: Carolyn Roberts

Twenty-three – 06

[This post is from Thomas Merlin Ambrose’s point of view.] “That garden there used to be special,” I guessed as she tugged me gently along the path back toward the bridge.  “You guys never talk about it, though.” “No,” she … Continue reading

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Twenty-three – 05

[This post is from Thomas Merlin Ambrose’s point of view.] Steel gray clouds had started to mass in the west by the time we stood up from our spot in the grass.  Wind whispered through the branches in the trees … Continue reading

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Twenty-three – 04

[This post is from Thomas Merlin Ambrose’s point of view.] “You’ve still got questions,” she said softly.  I choked on a laugh. “Of course I do,” I said, then sighed a little.  “A thousand of them.  But I’m not sure … Continue reading

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Twenty-three – 03

[This post is from Thomas Merlin Ambrose’s point of view.] I chewed on the inside of my lip, still staring at the words carved into the stone.  I could no longer remember who’d done the carving, only that it seemed … Continue reading

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Twenty-three – 02

[This post is from Thomas Merlin Ambrose’s point of view.] My throat tightened.  “Because of Mom?” When they’d gone, something had been afflicting my mother for a while by then, though no one seemed to know what it was.  I’d … Continue reading

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Twenty-three – 01

[This post is from Thomas Merlin Ambrose’s point of view.] “We’ve been looking everywhere for you.” The fact that Carolyn said it so softly, so gently, made it almost worse.  Sitting in the grass in front of what was supposed … Continue reading

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Ten – 05

[This post is from Matt’s point of view.] Matt didn’t look back at the sound of boots hitting the ground as most of the riders dismounted.  Carolyn fell in alongside him as he walked while Phelan lingered behind, studying the … Continue reading

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Ten – 04

[This post is from Matt’s point of view.] The strangers reined up about twenty yards from them, arranged as they’d ridden—the three in front, the two behind, the last behind them. The outrider’s horse pranced a little, and the man—because … Continue reading

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Ten – 03

[This post is from Matt’s point of view.] “Longfellow confirms that it’s just the six,” Carolyn murmured. “If they’ve got friends, they’re still a long way off.” Matt nodded almost imperceptibly, watching as the riders cleared the gap and their … Continue reading

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Ten – 02

[This post is from Matt’s point of view.] “Did we make a mistake?” Carolyn asked in a low voice, glancing at the both of them. Matt grimaced, keeping his gaze trained straight ahead. “We were just saying that we didn’t,” … Continue reading

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