The teacher and one particular young student find an antique mirror used for exercises to be very sinister and intimidating. Lovejoy is asked to sell it and get them a more conventional mirror which he does with the help of former alcoholic mirror restorer Roderick Frew. To his sorrow, the problem that Jane Felsham is that her estranged husband is broke and their entire estate is in receivership and will be sacrificed to the creditors. This panics both Tink and Eric, who have always found comfort and security in her employ and now have to worry about their own futures.- Written by firstname.lastname@example.org
Lovejoy is asked to sell a sinister-looking mirror from a ballet school and discovers that Lady Jane has some shocking news for him.- Written by email@example.com
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