/Catelyn Hawke makes notes from the ongoing discussions with her mother, concerning furnishing the re-acquired Amell mansion with carpets, rugs, tapestries, curtains, candlesticks, chandeliers, cupboards, wardrobes, chests, dressers, shelves, benches, chairs, armchairs, tables, bedtables, sofas, tabourets, paravanes, mirrors, paintings, carvings, statues, inlays, mosaics, bowls, platters, quilts, tablecloths, bedspreads and just about anything that makes a place feel unique and cosy. Mysteriously, all the purchased items end up in Leandra’s room, which Hawke never visits, and the rest of the mansion remains almost empty./