Honorable Men Ep 172

The Fiery Cross

Week 8

Chapters 13-14

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Summary: The age-old argument of what makes the best barbecue unfolds. Beans are indeed a musical fruit. Memories endure and bond. Aunt Jocasta is a savvy woman. What makes an honorable man? Jamie makes a confession. A religious event occurs. Marriage cannot wait.

Setting: Mt. Helicon, NC, Late October 1770 with cool, grey, and wet weather.

Active Characters:

  • Jamie
  • Claire
  • Rosamund Lindsay
  • Ronnie Sinclair
  • Roger
  • Brianna

Of Note:

  • The great barbecue debate and the memories of Jamaica.
  • The “beans” song.
  • The bonding effect of Ardsmuir.
  • The recollection of Roger telling Jocasta off and ceremony talk.
  • Honorable men, Roger and Frank.
  • The priest’s “jail” is discovered, and a plan is hatched.
  • Jamie’s confession and true motive for wanting to find the priest.
  • Roger and Brianna get married.

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