Bogach Mansion had a very nice dining room. Marianne hadn’t gotten around to cleaning it yet but she’d admired it on her self-guided tour of the house. Beautiful gold arches broke up the dark, forest-themed wallpaper and the chandeliers here had giant, tear-shaped crystals that poured from the ceiling like a waterfall. The mahogany dining table looked as though it could comfortably seat eighty people, which was a bit of a suprise to her as the last time she’d seen it she thought it would only seat fifty. It was also somehow miraculously clean of dust and brimming with food and wine.