- Author:Mary Reed
- Publisher:ReadHowYouWant; Large Print edition (November 11, 2009)
- Pages:352 pages
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Lord Chamberlain John spends his days counseling Emperor Justinian while passing the small hours of night in conversation with the solemn-eyed little girl depicted in a mosaic on his study wall
Lord Chamberlain John spends his days counseling Emperor Justinian while passing the small hours of night in conversation with the solemn-eyed little girl depicted in a mosaic on his study wall. He never expected to meet her in a public square or afterwards find her red-dyed corpse in a subterranean cistern.
for a Secret Mary Reed & Eric Mayer ww. ome. She paused and pushed her veil aside just for an instant, long enough for me to confirm that what she said was the truth.
Seven for a Secret Seven for a Secret Mary Reed & Eric Mayer ww. Don’t you recognize me, Lord Chamberlain? I am Zoe! Chapter Two. If she really was the girl in the mosaic, John, it appears she’s not going to get down off the wall this morning. Anatolius looked away from the square and squinted up in the direction of the stylite’s column.
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Chapter One. For once, the girl in the wall mosaic did not reply to the Lord Chamberlain’s question. The all but unfurnished room was large enough to house several working families and the cunning mosaic must have cost the former occupant of the place-a long since deposed tax collector-more than a laborer could earn in years. You say nothing now, Zoe, John muttered, but I expect you will explain it all to me eventually. Perhaps even that strange tattoo on your wrist. In truth, while conversing with the mosaic girl, John often managed to explain puzzles to himself.
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