The Moor: A Mary Russell Novel Setting & Symbolism

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Devonshire

Where Holmes tells Russell she's to come by train.

A Compass

The only item Holmes initially tells Russell to bring with her to Devonshire.

Lew House

The name of the home where Baring-Gould lives.

Lady Howard's Coach

Reportedly made of the bones of her dead husbands, it's actually a hoax put together by Ketteridge in an effort to wreak havoc on the moor and to frighten people away from the area where he's "salting".

Lydford

Where Holmes and Russell stop for a brief rest during their first trip onto the moor.

Snoop Sherlock

How many of the people on the moor refer to Holmes.

Two Bridges

Where Holmes and Russell spend a night at an inn and drink a great deal. It's also where Holmes discovers that Russell can play the tin whistle.

Baskerville Hall

The house where Ketteridge lives.

Lew Trenchard Church

Where Holmes and Russell...

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