The Knight of Grim Tidings A novel

London, England, 1435.

Lord Charles Aitken, a rich man in England, tells a story about The Knight of Grim Tidings, a sinster figure of legend, who spells evil to those who live there.


7. The Knight of Grim Tidings-Part Seven-Section 2


Lord Charles gripped a large candle in his right hand. He lit it. Then he gazed at his friends. "It's my belief, in the end, that the Knight of Grim Tidings, shall be banished forever". He looked at the arched doors which led to the chambers; he saw Lord Daniel was smoking a cigar. The small of smoke wafted across the dim hallway. "My Lord, are you expecting company?", he asked him. Lord Charles frowned. He looked outside. To his surprise, a black carriage was arriving near the front entrance. Lady Elizabeth stared at the elegant-looking driver. He had short, black hair, hazel eyes, and small. He wore a grey suit, black breeches, and black, polished, boots on his feet. On his right, middle, hand was a wedding ring. "Anton! I didn't know you were here", she said. Anton Grover, who was forty, smiled. "My Lady Elizabeth. I work for Lord Nathaniel Shelton and Lady Emily Shelton. They're in Glasgow, Scotland for most of the year. They're overseeing the Catholic Church site in London for the whole week. Is there a way Lord Charles can welcome us?", he answered her. "Yes, I'm here for a year researching the Knight of Grim Tidings tale for a book I'm writing on London folklores and legends", she answered. Anton gasped. "So, it is true about the Knight", he said. "Yes. And no", Lady Elizabeth stated. And then she saw Lord Nathaniel Shelton and Lady Emily Shelton open the passenger-side door of the old carriage...and headed towards the Mansion together.

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