By Joan Hoff and Marian Yeates. Per Google Books, "Some said she ran off with an egg seller [I could probably stop here, no?]; others supposed it was an aristocratic foxhunter [or here] who had taken young Bridget away. Swirling amid rumors was the barely whispered, but widely held, belief that Bridget had gone with no mortal man; rather, she had gone off with the fairies. [or...here] The mystery deepened when seven days later her body was discovered, bent, broken and badly burned in a shallow grave."
Well, we were all a lot happier when we thought she took off with the egg merchant, but in the event, you might be happy to know that this ex-library copy is in very nice shape. It's got all the trappings of a former library resident, as seen in the pics, but the pages are clean and tight, the book sits straight, and altogether it's a nice reading copy.