Man of War – Excerpt No. 104

The wry grin creeping up across Maternien’s face hinted he was not buying the entire lie. However, there was more than familiar amongst them. Loyalty ensured that he never questioned what was said. My uncle could have given me the name Lucifer and it would not have mattered

“I’ll take Marc in the morning to see my brother. I suspect he will find some use for the boy. The local garrison is always desperate for men.”

“What about Enfers?” Marc asked.

“Don’t you worry about him, I’ll make sure he’s well-taken care of,” René said.

“Thank you,” Marc said to both of them.

An older noble man is speaking to a silver-haired bourgeois about the face of a teenage boy. Background and clothing appropriate to the 16th century France.

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