A new entry for the Jokes and Allusions page

Tue Feb 28 07:45:35 PST 2006

Okay, so am I really the only reader who thinks that this:
> [Regarding the layout of the Consort's chambers]
> "This balcony, for so we will call it, was entirely secluded 
> from the rest of the Palace, and could not be reached except 
> through the Consort's own bedchamber, which was always 
> watched by a pair of guards (not to mention the other three 
> pair who guarded the different entrances to the Consort's 
> suite.) All of this, in addition to providing an excellent 
> setting for Luin's farcical murder drama, _Who Dropped Her 
> First_, had the result, if the Consort wished for her privacy,..."

sounds like this: