With that matter concluded, Ser Kiril smiled and slid a thin folder over to Braiden. "I apologize for taking up your valuable time with this, Prince Braiden, but there's been some unexplained charges at a number of our Rest Houses by a member of your House. I wanted to come personally to varify that there hasn't been an error and resolve it."
The folder contained several sheets of paper with itemized lists. It appeared that, over the last three months, a "Ketoric P." had visited seven different Rest Houses, totalling up a fairly substantial list of services. According to Katar's standard policy, agents of the crown were allowed to stay at Rest Houses and charge services to their account, but generally they also were given monies to be spent on such things to be carried on their person.
Even more strange was that, to Braiden's knowledge, he didn't employ anyone under that name.