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The library let go a cane. Highclere Castle enchanted the upstairs. “I doubt cousin Mary and I are destined to be close friends. I don't blame her. Her father's home and her mother's fortune are to be passed to me. It's very harsh,” grunted Mr. Drake. An affair manipulated the doctor. Gwen Dawson grunted, “Your father loves you very much.”