The Moor: A Mary Russell Novel - Chapters 7 through 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 7 through 9 Summary

In chapter seven, they are walking back to Lew House in the dark and Russell says that she looks as if she's spends days wrestling pigs through a bog while Holmes barely needs a shave and shows no signs of wear. When they arrive, they discover that Baring-Gould has company. He introduces the guest as Richard Ketteridge. Russell's first impression is that the man is vigorous, both with his handshake and his greeting. Ketteridge offers to pour drinks and Holmes accepts but Russell, fully aware of her appearance, excuses herself. When Holmes follows her to their room where Russell prepares for a bath, he asks if she'll be returning to join them. She responds that she'd "rather starve to death first", at which time he leaves her to her bath. She soaks for a long time and then eats the meal...

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