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An old friend's promise of access to some rare texts of Aristotle takes William Falconer to remote Furness Abbey. While crossing the shifting sands of Lancaster Bay with a local guide, he witnesses the recovery of a body from the sandbanks marking the changing course of the River Kent.

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