The Harrowing of Gwynedd Author:Katherine Kurtz Evaine sank to her knees beside the body of her father. Camber's well-loved face was peaceful in repose. It was nearly a week since she had found him in the snow, his head pillowed on the breast of Jebediah, but there was no sign of corruption. — Joram set his hand on her shoulder as he knelt beside her, head bowed in a brief prayer for the man... more » who had sired them both. Then he crossed himself, and they both rose. He cleared his throat, looking decidedly uncomfortable.
"Evaine," he asked, "if saints aren't taken directly into heaven, what other thing sometimes happens to their bodies?"