While investigating the demise of a row of avenue trees at the estate of a former horticulture student, Rosemary gets involved in the death by car-accident of the man's partner. While staying at an inn, she offers a lift to Laura, a friend of the dead man. Laura is newly on her own thanks to her husband running off with a younger woman. And when Rosemary is notified that her job at the university has been eliminated, she, too, finds herself with no commitments. Laura is an ex-police officer and thinks someone at the estate may have a shady past, and it might be connected to the death, as well as the serious skin ailment afflicting Rosemary's friend.
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Did You Know?
The title of the episode comes from John Keats' poem, "La Belle Dame Sans Merci". See more
I've been thinking...
I thought that was forbidden for college principals.
References Gunga Din