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Burdette, AR -- U.S. town in Arkansas
Population (2000): 129
Housing Units (2000): 57
Land area (2000): 0.663220 sq. miles (1.717732 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.663220 sq. miles (1.717732 sq. km)
FIPS code: 09880
Located within: Arkansas (AR), FIPS 05
Location: 35.818874 N, 89.943028 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 72321
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Burdette, AR

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There was no way Marchant had come here without his patron's permission, which suggested Burdette and those of like mind had decided to openly support the opposition and probably explained the source of the funds which had brought so many outside protesters to Harrington.

She had no idea how many of Grayson's other steadholders sympathized with him to one extent or another, but that Burdette himself would be livid was a given, and if other steadholders had shared his views in silence, the Church's declaration of war on the forces of reactionism might bring them out into the open.

Even if it didn't, Burdette Steading was one of the five original steadings.

That gave the current Lord Burdette immense authority and prestige, whereas Harrington was Grayson's newest and, so far, least populous and poorest steading.

That was a much more fragile thing than the dynastic prestige Burdette was heir to, and with her off-planet and out of mind, there was no telling how public opinion might be swayed.

Allman clenched his hands behind him, reminding himself he was a man of God and that Burdette was a steadholder, and clamped his teeth on a hot retort.

Allman said in a voice of steel, and Burdette lunged to his feet at last.

The moonless night beyond the library windows was spangled with stars and the small, bright jewels of Grayson's orbital farms, and the massive bulk of Burdette House was quiet about them.

Mackenzie Steading was almost as old as Burdette Steading, and, unlike Burdette, the original Mackenzie family had held steading there in direct line of descent since its founding.

Mackenzie nodded curtly, well aware he'd just gotten as close to an apology as the other was capable of making, and Burdette went on.

Mackenzie didn't sound happy to agree, but he did, and Burdette shrugged.

Mueller gazed at him silently, and Burdette flicked a look up at Marchant, then continued in that same quietly seductive voice.

Mueller half-whispered, and a strange eagerness—a half-fearful sense that the weapon he needed to restore the world he understood might lie just beyond his fingertips—quivered deep inside him as Burdette smiled.

Aside from Burdette, who'd made no secret of his feelings from the moment Marchant was attacked, the Keys had initially maintained a dignified silence.

And from our perspective, it looks like Lord Burdette may not be the only problem.