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Elizabeth George
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"[The] three of them tucked into their own breakfasts with the martyred air of a family too long exposed to the unexpected mood-swings of the chronic dieter" (Chapter 2, pg. 13.)

"Accidents and murders brought out the worst in people" (Chapter 2, pg. 13.)

"In spite of the cold, [Drake's] cashmere greatcoat was slung indifferently round his shoulders like a cape, and he wore no scarf to detract from the crisp, clean lines of his Italian suit" (Chapter 2, pg. 15.)

"It had possibilities. And that's all Barbara [Havers] asked of life any longer, just the promise of possibility" (Chapter 2, pg. 31.)

"[Havers] hated [Lynley's] easy generosity. It made her his debtor, and she did not possess-would never possess-the coin with which he might be repaid" (Chapter 2, pg. 32.)

"[Anthony Weaver] began to weep-dry, hot, tear-less sobs for his daughter and his wives and the mess he'd made of every part of his life" (Chapter 3, pg...

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