Blood of Tragedy
I must go. You have to understand the situation. I do not know where I am going, and I believe that will protect me from myself. This has nothing to do with you. If it did, I would be ending this in a much different way.”
Before Elisabeth Foster, before the council, Clarence Harrison was a free man. His demons were the only voices he allowed to follow him on his travels. After meeting tragedy and abandoning politics, his world was full of nothing but adventure. The stories from this period tell his secrets and what made him the perfect option for his niece.