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Lud-in-the-Mist
Hope Mirrlees
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Lud-in-the-Mist
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After more than two hundred years of stability, a sudden surge in contraband fairy fruit threatens the peace and mental heath of citizens in the borderland town of Lud-in-the-Mist.

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Lud-in-the-Mist
I: Master Nathaniel Chanticleer
II: The Duke Who Laughed Himself Off a Throne and Other Traditions of Dorimare
III: The Beginning of Trouble
IV: Endymion Leer Prescribes for Ranulph
V: Ranulph Goes to the Widow Gibberty’s Farm
VI: The Wind in the Crabapple Blossoms
VII: Master Ambrose Chases a Wild Goose and Has a Vision
VIII: Endymion Leer Looks Frightened, and a Breach Is Made in an Old Friendship
IX: Panic and the Silent People
X: Hempie’s Song
XI: A Stronger Antidote Than Reason
XII: Dame Marigold Hears the Tap of a Woodpecker
XIII: What Master Nathaniel and Master Ambrose Found in the Guildhall
XIV: Dead in the Eye of the Law
XV: “Ho, Ho, Hoh!”
XVI: The Widow Gibberty’s Trial
XVII: The World-in-Law
XVIII: Mistress Ivy Peppercorn
XIX: The Berries of Merciful Death
XX: Watching the Cows
XXI: The Old Goatherd
XXII: Who Is Portunus?
XXIII: The Northern Firebox and Dead Men’s Tales
XXIV: Belling the Cat
XXV: The Law Crouches and Springs
XXVI: “Neither Trees Nor Men”
XXVII: The Fair in the Elfin Marches
XXVIII: “By the Sun, Moon and Stars and the Golden Apples of the West”
XXIX: A Message Comes to Hazel and the First Swallow to Dame Marigold
XXX: Master Ambrose Keeps His Vow
XXXI: The Initiate
XXXII: Conclusion
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