A cup of Wine, a Loaf of Bread — and Thou?

Faldon gives Benor an engraved silver cup and Benor uses it to begin looking for someone’s missing son who might be in danger. Also, two interesting and humorous books filled with tales by Jim Webster.

Tallis Steelyard

And today we’re with Lynn

10) A loaf of Wine, a Loaf of Bread — and Thou.
Benor sat drinking coffee with Faldon and went through what he had learned
from the boat yard. The priest sat thoughtfully staring out of the door, his
heavily bandaged ankle propped up on a stool.
Slowly he said, “I keep going back to that note, where it says, ‘The two
lilies will die from salt water.’ Perhaps the intention is to use the boat to kill the Chevaleresse and her daughter, not just as an insurance fraud.”
“It could be. But how would they get the two women on the boat. They’re in
Partann and that boat would never survive the journey.” Benor paused, “The
same note hinted at a son being killed in an accident as well.”
“But do we know where the child is?”
“No.” Benor sighed. “I’m not sure how on earth to find him either. We know
nothing about him…

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