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During the story, derelict Gatesby Windmill is restored with the discovery of documents leading to an investigation into the lives of the family who lived at the windmillin the 1850s, and their neighbours.Further restoration leads to a more sinister discovery and gradually a 150 year old mystery is pieced together.Relationships develop as people discover more about each other and the past
Stanford Law Review: Volume 64, Issue 2 - February 2012 - eBook
A leading law journal features a digital edition as part of its worldwide distribution, using quality ebook formatting and active links. This current issue of the Stanford Law Review (Feb. 2012) contains studies of law, economics, and social policy by recognized scholars on diverse topics of interest to the academic and professional community.Contents for this issue include:National Security Federalism in the Age of TerrorBy Matthew C. WaxmanIncriminating ThoughtsBy Nita A. FarahanyElective Shareholder LiabilityBy Peter Conti-BrownNote, Harringtons Wake: Unanswered Questions on AEDPAs Application to Summary DispositionsBy Matthew SeligmanComment, Boumediene Applied Badly: The Extraterritorial Constitution After Al Maqaleh v. GatesBy Saurav Ghosh