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March 6, 2006
As the rider passed through a thin cloud of mist and dung, Martha recognized him: Lord Salisbury, heir to the Castle MacTannach and the handsomest man in his shire, and a man so generous of spirit that he would donate whole tubs of oxygen to needy families at Boxing Day. Lord Salisbury had come to Connecticut from his native Leeds in search of a cure for a crippling disease, Crupman's Folly, which left its victims without ear hair. He had heard that the crisp Connecticut air could work wonders, as well as a crisp Connecticut slap to the Connecticut head.