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GLOR: The Trevor home was in Donnithorpe, a hamlet just north of Langmere. Holmes was invited to spend a month of vacation there by Victor Trevor, "the only friend I made during the two years I was at college."
Holmes: "There was excellent wild-duck shooting in the fens, remarkably good fishing, a small but select library, taken over, as I understood, from a former occupant, and a tolerable cook, so the he would be a fastidious man who could not put in a pleasant month there."
Last Modified: Oct. 12, 1997