The Moor: A Mary Russell Novel - Chapters 13 through 17 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13 through 17 Summary

In chapter thirteen, Russell heads back to Lew House but decides to take time to check out the area where Tiggy was found. She agrees with Elizabeth's assessment of the area, saying that it's not likely that the little hedgehog had made his home there. She is about to continue her trip to Lew House when she has an accident with the horse. She's thrown again, and this time the horse injures his leg. Russell stands with the horse in a stream and bathes the leg in cool water as she tries to decide what to do. She knows it's too far to return to Elizabeth's house and realizes she's only a short distance from Baskerville Hall. While she doesn't want to make an unannounced visit, she's in a tough spot and decides she will anyway. She heads that direction, leading...

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