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Ian, after all, is the one who taught her to love flowers.
But when Ian’s elderly caretaker Hamish Mac Gregor shows her to the cottage upon her arrival, she finds the once resplendent grounds of Duncreigan in a dreadful shambles — with a dead body in the garden.
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