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Date Posted: 00:20:57 12/29/14 Mon
Author: Helka
Subject: QOTD for Monday, December 29, 2014 The following quote is taken from The Scottish Prisoner by Diana Gabaldon, Chapter 8 “Debts of Honor”. Copyright (c) 2011 by Diana Gabaldon. All rights reserved.


     The soft blush had gone from her cheeks. She was pale, and her gentle lips were pressed in a grim line.

     "For the sake of the cause we once shared", she said very quietly , "I pray you, say nothing. Not yet"

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[> Time for a reread, I think. I know this is Minnie but I never quite followed their connection. -- kgp, 05:26:06 12/29/14 Mon


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[> Add to that question one more. Did Minnie know thwt Jamie was trying to undermine The Cause? Basically Jamie was a mole!!! Shocker of shocks. Or an odd kind of traitor to The Cause. -- Swarl, 05:31:31 12/29/14 Mon


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[> I need to re-read also. I was confused about their connection too. -- LisaW, 08:59:24 12/29/14 Mon


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[> [> Have read it several times and still not sure what exactly was going on. -- Lady Linda, 09:28:53 12/29/14 Mon


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[> It is Minnie, and my guess is she will appear in the next book. SP did not reveal much more than that Jamie & Minnie had met in Paris. -- Helka, 13:10:53 12/29/14 Mon


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[> I had actually forgotten about her, and was wondering, Minnie who? Still have to re-read that bit in DIA. -- Rita, 13:46:46 12/29/14 Mon


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[> [> I don't think she was in DIA. I think that connection may have been invented for SP -- kgp, 13:52:52 12/29/14 Mon


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[> [> [> LOL! If so, it makes me feel better! I was fearing it was the effects of old age :) DIA is the book I find hardest to reread, so though I love it I haven't reread it as much as some of the others. -- Rita, 04:31:28 12/30/14 Tue


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[> Have not read this yet. Why? Haven't been to a book store in ages since I retired and am now on a limited budget. -- Connee, 17:18:21 12/29/14 Mon


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[> [> Public library? If they don't have it, request it. Your tax dollars at work. -- CathyS, 07:11:10 12/30/14 Tue


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[> [> [> Thanks for the suggestion. However that may make me crazy since I have an obsession with wanting to keep library books (actually any book) for my own so I never go. -- Connee, 09:18:22 12/30/14 Tue


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[> The Tuesday's quote will appear a bit late. All is well, just a mixup in timetables. I'm very sorry for the delay. -- Helka, 23:11:00 12/29/14 Mon


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