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Post Author at Pan HistoriaCharles of Orleans posts in Poisoned Crown

Henry Beaufort, Bishop of Winchester and Regent of England leant back in his chair. His eyes were red and his face grayish due to the fatigue. His nerves were near to shot after the two-hours long argue with the obstinate Duke of Orléans. Charles was satisfied. This debate was a test. He tested his new tactics on the poor Winchester and the result certified his original theory. The dispute was about the Duke’s new sojourn.

“So, you say you don’t go back to Ampthill Castle until Dame Catherine D’Alencon stays there even if you have to renounce about the company of your brother.”

“Exactly, my lord.” Charles nonchalantly nodded.

Winchester raised an eyebrow. “Interesting. Your father wouldn’t have denied the company of a beautiful lady and you always begged to stay with your little book-worm brother.”

The Duke insolently grinned. “Could be. But I am his son, just recently widowed. I hope there would be a splendid marriage afoot for me and I don’t want that Dame D’Alencon’s reputation ruins my fair name as well as not my brother’s. One Jane Beaufort was enough for him.”

“Catherine is your kin. The sister of your former son-in-law.”

“She betrayed us once. She can betray you too.”

“I can throw you into the Tower, Monseigneur if you henceforward challenge me.”

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