The Stratford Man: 2052 hardfought words.
Reason for stopping: No idea what happens in the rest of this chapter, which is currently only ~750 words long.
Will's discovered he's in a mystery and Kit doesn't want to get out of bed. I have however discovered *why* he's such a little strumpet, which is a handy bit of character insight. (hint: It's not easy being Kit Marlowe.)
Bernardine: "Thou hast committed--"
Barabas: " --Fornication.
But that was in another country,
And besides, the wench is dead."
-Christopher Marlowe: The Jew of Malta, Act IV, scene i