Sunday Snippet #34

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Here’s another snippet from HIGHLAND SEER.  Enjoy!

The friar stood by, silent, while Ellie spoke of their losses.

Something about the friar didn’t seem right. Something other than his lack of clerical clothing, but damned if Donal could put his finger on what bothered him. The friar seemed relaxed, but watchful as well. Even stranger, he had failed to provide the usual “God rest their souls” response to Ellie’s comment. What was he doing running a clan’s distillery instead of one belonging to a holy order?

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9 comments on “Sunday Snippet #34

  1. This friar seems very strange indeed!

  2. sharonbuchbinder says:

    Oh, a very mysterious de-frocked friar. The plot thickens!!

  3. Summer Ross says:

    Trouble is coming I can sense it. The Friar is off…
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  4. Sarah W says:

    I wonder if the monk is part of the trouble Ellie and her clan are having—or if he’s there to guard against it?

  5. raynegolay says:

    Ominous. The friar is up to something so keep the snippets coming.

  6. Interesting! Enjoying this story, another terrific snippet today.

  7. Karysa Faire says:

    Hmmmm. I don’t know. Just what IS he doing? :-)

  8. P.T. Wyant says:

    More questions than answers here. Great snippet!

  9. katewyland says:

    Nice mystery set-up. Now, who is that friar?

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