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The Wolves of Andover The Wolves of Andover by Kathleen Kent
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“Oh fer Christ's bloody sake Martha I didna' raise ye to be well regarded. To be liked. Any puny weak-waisted slut can be liked. I raised ye to be reckoned with.”
Kathleen Kent, The Wolves of Andover
“You ask me what makes a woman comely?" He tapped one finger lightly against her temple and said, "Thoughts, missus. It's thoughts that make a woman so.”
Kathleen Kent, The Wolves of Andover
“This history has for so long lived like a spider in my breast. The spider spins and spins, catching memories in its web, threatening to devour every final happiness. With this letter I hope to sweep away the terror and the sadness and to have my heart made pure again by God's grace.”
Kathleen Kent, The Traitor's Wife
“Tell your children your mother was a woman who, with all her multitude of shortcomings, was more ferocious than kind, more contentious than agreeable, more irate than placid; but who cherished her family above all else.”
Kathleen Kent, The Wolves of Andover
“You are the deer shot through with arrows whose heart grows cold for want of being taken.”
Kathleen Kent, The Wolves of Andover

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