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The abbot shrugged. ‘All I know for certain is that Moscow and Mount Athos are in competition to serve as our next Ecumenical Patriarch’s home. Vassilis knew that too, and he worried that the scandal, with all its allegations of fraudulent property transactions, made Mount Athos seem far too tainted with corruption to serve as our Ecumenical Patriarch’s home. ’ Kouros snickered. The abbot nodded. ’ ‘He had a point,’ said Andreas. ’ asked Kouros. ‘A lot … and lots of rents. ’ Andreas nodded, thinking that was some serious money.
Andreas reached into his pocket to pay. Dimitri put up his hand and gestured stop. ‘Please, all you had was coffee. ’ Andreas knew it was a waste of time to argue. ’ Andreas smiled. ’ As soon as they were out of Dimitri’s sight Kouros started to laugh. ’ ‘I’m sure he was. ’ They were on the far side of the piazza on steps leading up to a set of brown metal doors. ’ Andreas laughed and smacked Kouros lightly on the back of his head as they passed through the brown doors. A few paces later they stopped between two rectangular guard towers framing the entrance to the monastery, looked up, and stared.
The sergeant pointed down a hallway to a door marked captain. ’ It was a cave of a room. The only window was shuttered. A dark desk sat on a dark carpet at the far end, with a dark bookcase behind it and two dark chairs in front. A dark table was beside the door. The only color came from a large, gold and crimson poster set in a gilt frame on the opposite wall. It was a reproduction of one of the island’s most famous icons, the sixteenth century Vision of Saint John depicting elements of his Revelation.