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Page 1 - "Reality? Give over, Grace . . . "
Page 2 - Simply put, Grace . . .
Page 3 - "Shh!" Grace looked about . . .
Page 4 - Smack!
Page 5 - Now Simon's curiosity was aroused.
Page 6 - Grace crawled over some dusty boxes.
Page 7 - Most Wolves would have bristled . . .
Page 8 - It is generally considered undignified . . .
Page 9 - "Now, we have to find a way to hold this thing up . . . "
Page 10 - Grace stuffed the piece of timber . . .
Page 11 - When he had finished, he went to Grace's side.
Page 12 - Stress, it is said, causes strain.
Page 13 - The Honourable Ignatius HaliFox . . .
Page 14 - His insistence on wearing . . .
Page 15 - Opening Scene: A parlour with a chair.
Page 16 - Badger: I AM NOT ANGRY!
Page 17 - Servant: My Lord, please sit down.
Page 18 - Paying someone else . . .
Page 19 - The mayor's mind drifted . . .
Page 20 - He flicked on the lights . . .
Page 21 - Grace and Simon stood frozen on the spot . . .
Page 22 - With great caution, he stuck his nose out and had a sniff.
Page 23 - Grace investigated the chain a bit.
Page 24 - After just a few seconds of observation . . .
Page 25 - "We were gone a week . . .
Page 26 - Ignatius stood ramrod straight in thought . . .
Page 27 - His tail flew about in an agitated manner . . .
Page 28 - George MacAleister considered himself a captain of commerce.
Page 29 - "I'm not interested in struts and spans," interrupted MacAleister.
Page 30 - Ignatius entered the Black Kettle Pub . . .
Page 31 - Great Jack's ghost!
Page 32 - As his constituency barely exceeded three digits...
Page 33 - "That one will have to wait, Pete," Ignatius said of the fresh pint.
Page 34 - Ignatius stood in the middle of the auditorium...
Page 35 - Gina nudged Pete...
Page 36 - "I'll tell him, Sandra," Gina volunteered.
Page 37 - "As its other meaning is 'husband'...
Page 38 - "I think this is painful enough," Ignatius suggested.
Page 39 - "And what was that?" asked Ignatius.
Page 40 - "Thank you, Gina," Ignatius said.
Page 41 - "Honestly, Gina, I feel rather stung" Ignatius defended.
Page 42 - The parents stood silent for a minute.
Page 43 - Ignatius walked back to Nora...
Page 44 - He knew, deep within his cunning mind...
Page 45 - Within the confines of Otterstow, Nora's cellar was legendary.
Page 46 - Thaddeus dragged himself into the pub...
Page 47 - Those who knew Linda...
Page 48 - "You?" asked an astonished Clare. "Like children? ...
Page 49 - Clare and Rachael MarchHare were identical twins...
Page 50 - Technically, the twins were cousins to Grace...
Page 51 - Gina had told the young couple...
Page 52 - Gina had been in the habit...
Page 53 - Within a span of a few minutes...
Page 54 - Grace had come about through more prosaic means...
Page 55 - "Still, 'e puts in," Rachael defended.
Page 56 - ...hoping to avoid the all-too-familiar family argument.
Page 57 - "Oh, aye, I'm juist a Melan," Thaddeus protested...
Page 58 - "Oh, come now, Geoff," Linda called across the bar...
Page 59 - Pete continued...
Page 60 - "An what aboot you?" Tad countered.
Page 61 - Clare, however, had a ready explanation...
Page 62 - "Then what sorta readin d'ya think might better us?" asked Thaddeus.
Page 63 - "Oh, behave, Thaddeus," Ignatius dismissed the charge...
Page 64 - "We tried living in ignorance...
Page 65 - Ignatius paused in thought...
Page 66 - "Oh, aye," Thaddeus agreed. "Consistency!...
Page 67 - "Whatcha mean by that?" asked Thaddeus.
Page 68 - "What about chameleons," suggested Geoff.
Page 69 - "A what?" asked Thaddeus.
Page 70 - Rachael turned to Pete.
Page 71 - "...we can but only be the best that we can be, otherwise."
Page 72 - After a brief pause among the hubbub...
Page 73 - "Sa we may as well do what we will," Thaddeus stated.
Page 74 - He briefly watched...
Page 75 - They summoned Pete and all three came to sit with Ignatius.
Page 76 - Six ears were turned immediately in his direction.
Page 77 - "You said you think so," Sandra noted.
Page 78 - "I have to agree with Pete," Slide added.
Page 79 - "Then let's give 'er a ring on the dog, right now," Pete suggested.
Page 80 - An Erinac, perhaps in his late twenties approached the table.
Page 81 - "Yessir, what can I do for Yer Honour?" Johnny asked.
Page 82 - "I can understand not doing rovers...
Page 83 - "Erm, look, why don't you stop by Nora...
Page 84 - "Yes, I suppose it would be...
Page 85 - Grace and Simon had wasted no time...
Page 86 - "I was supposed to meet Graeme DunHors to help with the horses!...
Page 87 - It was well after dark before they noticed that they were hungry.
Page 88 - "Oo, look, spaghetti!"
Page 89 - "Honestly, Grace," Simon admonished quietly.
Page 90 - Abandoning the lower section of the refrigerator, he explored the freezer...
Page 91 - After a splutter or two, water began to come out of the faucet.
Page 92 - "Hey, there's steam coming from that water,"
Page 93 - "Yes," said Simon. "It's not quite like home...
Page 94 - Simon walked up to the glass fixture.
Page 95 - "Yeah, like when it hasn't been on for ages. Sort of a burny smell."
Page 96 - Simon covered his mouth in panic.
Page 97 - Once Grace had completely disrobed...
Page 98 - "That big honker of yours poked me in the eye...
Page 99 - After a thorough scrubbing
Page 100 - Grace thought for a moment more.
Page 101 - After closing time at the Black Kettle...
Page 102 - "There was one positive development," Pete mentioned...
Page 103 - Within a few minutes Geoff and Linda were entering the balcony...
Page 104 - "True, I'll admit it's nice and it's free, but...
Page 105 - Sandra sighed. "Let me guess it was The Angry Badger again?"
Page 106 - "I most certainly do have a sense of humour," Ignatius protested.
Page 107 - "But has any one seen me pouting that my feelings are hurt?
Page 108 - "Well, I happen to feel that there's nothing wrong with a proper ribbing...
Page 109 - "I beg your pardon?" asked Ignatius.
Page 110 - "Shave me, ya don't need Ig for proof.
Page 111 - "So, as we have concluded...
Page 112 - Ignatius awoke and, as was his habit, made some tea.
Page 113 - Ignatius thought how lovely it would be...
Page 114 - "Oo, sorry. Din't break your train o' thought, did I?"
Page 115 - "Speaking of Gina...
Page 116 - "Did you see Geoff or Linda?"
Page 117 - Simon and Grace woke the next morning.
Page 118 - "Oh, lovely. Could use a cuppa 'bout now."
Page 119 - "Good morning, Your Honour," Clare said...
Page 120 - Opening scene: A simple meadow.
Page 121 - As soon as Clare crept onto the stage...
Page 122 - . . . as the Otter would always reach a lake or a river...


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