A Great Deliverance Quotes

Elizabeth George
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"[Lynley's] movements were graceful, fluid, like a cat's. He was the handsomest man [Havers] had ever seen. She loathed him" (Chapter 2, pg. 29.)

"What is this fixation Americans all have with their teek, I ask you? All straight and shiny. Well, God! Crooket teeth give a face a bit of dash, I say" (Chapter 4, pg. 68.)

"What could [Havers] possibly learn from Lynley? The right wine to order with dinner, a few dance steps, how to dazzle a roomful of people with engaging conversation?" (Chapter 4, pg. 81.)

"Barbara noticed for the first time that [Lynley] wore absolutely no jewelry - no crested signet ring, no expensive wrist watch to flash gold richly when it caught the light. For some reason, that fact was as distracting to her as an unsightly display of opulent ornamentation would have been" (Chapter 5, pg. 105.)

"[Havers] was so used to the frenetic pace of London and the...

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