By Elaine Bergstrom
Dracula's sister-by beginning and by means of blood-resurrects his darkish legacy...
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When she's up to it, add soup with plenty of salt and crackers," the man across from her suggested. "Brandy… lots of it. Put it in the tea," the ship's cook called from the stove. "It works for him, dearie," the woman beside her whispered. " Colleen finished her meager meal, then claimed a plate for her mistress from the cook. While the servants were given biscuits and tea and a bit of cheese for lunch, the better passengers got pieces of orange or apricots in syrup, and often boiled eggs. Once in the room she shared with Joanna, Colleen would sit on the floor with her back pressed against the door and eat the best of the small fare.
He looked down into the open box, then at the papers and clothes that had been inside and were now scattered through the room, then to the place where the thief lay, his own knife buried in his neck. Joanna whispered something in Turkish and fell against Colleen, shivering as Colleen patted her back, whispering sympathetic, soothing words. The captain stepped forward. "Princess," he began. " Joanna whispered. "He opened it and…" She stopped before she said too much, and she buried her wet face against Colleen's neck.
She called. In response, someone laid a hand on her shoulder. She cried out, whirled and retreated, her hand instinctively falling to the place at her waist where she'd kept her knife hidden. "I am Mr. Summers. " an old man asked in cultured English, blinking at her from behind a pair of glasses thick as bottle bottoms. "Yes… that is…" She took a deep breath and went on. " "Her knowledge of English is not good," Colleen replied, hoping the answer would be enough. "Then she could speak to my partner, Mr.