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"Where was the slight moralistic bit, the heavy wondering whether or not it might be murder? For the first time in the eleven days since she had confirmed she was pregnant, May began to hope that there would be some normality in the world again." Holland Park, p. 7

"She made a list of questions, and she promised herself that she would take everything in, so that she would go better equipped to the next and more serious interview." Queensway, p. 67

"She felt that the day was a bit less glorious and immediately felt very angry with herself for feeling that way. What had happened? Nothing. She was a cheat and a tramp, and a mistress, and illegally registered in the hotel as the 'Mrs.' she wasn't. But that was all rubbish." Lancaster Gate, p. 100

"But then Margaret did shopping slightly differently from most people. She didn't actually...

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