This week’s episode, “The White Rose Threatens,” has Jamie dressed like the gentleman he is, much to valet Tom Byrd’s discriminating delight. The intrigue goes deeper. as Minnie knowing Jamie left out the reference to the white rose of the Jacobite’s from his translation of the Erse letter. This leaves John wondering where Jamie’s loyalties lie.
A trip to the Beefsteak leads to another translation of the document under the eyes of Thomas Lally, another paroled prisoner. He too leaves out the mention of the white rose. The plot thickens with Edward Twelvetrees making a scene with Jamie and John.
Lastly, within the chapters of 11 and 12, we get insight to Minnie and Hal’s nuptials and what type of woman Hal’s first wife Esme was.
What’s Coming up? The Scottish Prisoner week 7 chapters 13-14.
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