On p. 42 and I'm especially enjoying the scenes with Henry I. I did feel the lack of him in Saints although that is such a big book I don't see how any more could have been fitted in. Also, we are seeing an earlier part of Matilda's life - IIRC she is introduced in Saints only after
I love Henry! (For those of you who have read the Lady Moppet stories, as soon as I read this I thought, "so that's where Oscar gets it from.")'And I say to you that all men will bow to my resolve, by one means or another.' Henry's hand clenched into a fist. 'I am no fool. I know when a man is dead and gone, his word is no longer the law. Therefore I must make all watertight while I am still in good health. If no son is to come to me through my Queen, I must look to grandsons born of my daughter.'