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"There was no privacy for the dead; the most one could hope for was a certain reverence." Book 1, Chap. 3, p. 24

"'Damn Lorrimer! Everything he touches goes wrong for me.' He felt a spasm of hatred so intense, so physical that it made him retch. If only Lorrimer's body were sprawled at the bottom of the clunch pit." Book 1, Chap. 3, p. 33

"'Inspector. Isn't death terrible?'
'Murder is. Death isn't; at least, no more than birth is. You couldn't have one without the other or there'd be no room for us all. I reckon I won't worry overmuch when my time comes.'" Book 1, Chap. 7, p. 53

"He knew that Hoggatt's had a heartbeat—all institutions did—but the pulse eluded him." Book 1, Chap. 8, p. 58

"'There's a very nasty atmosphere in this lab recently, and if a certain gentleman doesn't take hold of himself there'll be mischief...

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