Saint Martin's Summer by Rafael Sabatini Page 1 of 288

CONTENTS

CHAPTER I. THE SENESCHAL OF DAUPHINY
CHAPTER II. MONSIEUR DE GARNACHE
CHAPTER III. THE DOWAGER"S COMPLIANCE
CHAPTER IV. THE CHATEAU DE CONDILLAC
CHAPTER V. MONSIEUR DE GARNACHE LOSES HIS TEMPER
CHAPTER VI. MONSIEUR DE GARNACHE KEEPS HIS TEMPER
CHAPTER VII. THE OPENING OF THE TRAP
CHAPTER VIII. THE CLOSING OF THE TRAP
CHAPTER IX. THE SENESCHAL"S ADVICE
CHAPTER X. THE RECRUIT
CHAPTER XI. VALERIE"S GAOLER
CHAPTER XII. A MATTER OF CONSCIENCE
CHAPTER XIII. THE COURIER
CHAPTER XIV. FLORIMOND"S LETTER
CHAPTER XV. THE CONFERENCE
CHAPTER XVI. THE UNEXPECTED
CHAPTER XVII. HOW MONSIEUR DE GARNACHE LEFT CONDILLAC


CHAPTER XVIII. IN THE MOAT
CHAPTER XIX. THROUGH THE NIGHT
CHAPTER XX. FLORIMOND DE CONDILLAC
CHAPTER XXI. THE GHOST IN THE CUPBOARD
CHAPTER XXII. THE OFFICES OF MOTHER CHURCH
CHAPTER XXIII. THE JUDGMENT OF GARNACHE
CHAPTER XXIV. SAINT MARTIN"S EVE


SAINT MARTIN"S SUMMER


CHAPTER I. THE SENESCHAL OF DAUPHINY

My Lord of Tressan, His Majesty"s Seneschal of Dauphiny, sat at his ease, his purple doublet all undone, to yield greater freedom to his vast bulk, a yellow silken undergarment visible through the gap, as is visible the flesh of some fruit that, swollen with over-ripeness, has burst its skin.



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