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  1. It flashed through Macdonald's mind that he would remember the village of Milham in the Moor through the fragrance of midsummer, new-mown hay, roses and clove pinks and honeysuckle, the "unforgettable, unforgotten river smell"--and lime trees in flower: all these wafted on the warm air in sensuous delight. Lorac has such beautiful descriptions of village settings, in this case, Milham in the Moor, where Sister Monica, Warden of Gramarye, a children's home, is found drowned in the river. A pictur [...]

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