Anne Rice - v1, Lasher

Behind him on the bed rowan lay oblivious eyes

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Unformatted text preview: t;You realize," he said to Aaron, "that all this began with you, don't you?" "That's not true," Aaron said, calmly. "Ah, but it is true," said Fielding. "You were in contact with Deir- dre Mayfair when she became pregnant with Rowan. You have . . ." "This is inappropriate, and badly timed," said Ryan. His voice was steady but uncompromising. "This family investigates everyone who becomes involved with it by way of marriage or even sometimes in casual social affairs. This man was, as much as I dislike to admit it, thoroughly investigated by us when he first came here. He is not connected with what happened. He is what he says he is-a scholar, who has been observing this family because of his access to certain historical documents regarding it, about which he has been painfully and fully candid from the start." "You're sure of that?" asked Randall. "The history of the family as we know it-is the history which this...
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