Sir Sam and Lady Sibyl find themselves on holiday at the Rampkin country estate and Sam's not impressed - he's a city lad and is intensely suspicious of the vast open spaces and creatures that could be found there. Not to mention the mysteries of the County Set!

But there are mysteries in the country as there are in the ciy and while there mayn't be as many people there to be affected, the close interaction of the nobs and the villagers secrets could be buried that shouldn't be. But Sam Vimes isn't one to let privilege get in the way of Law and fairness.

Despite this being the 39th book in the Discworld sequence, the writing is as fresh as it has been in earlier books. There is a greater sense of anger underlying this book than is usual in this series but this adds a greater sense of urgency to the plot.

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