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"I shall go through with it to the end." Chapter 7, pg. 57

"You will find, M. le docteur, if you have much to do with cases of this kind, that they all resemble reach other in one thing... everyone concerned in them has something to hide," Chapter 7, pg. 63

"But it is not easy to hide things from Hercule Poirot." Chapter 9, pg. 75

"He talked a lot about the little gray cells of the brain, and of their functions. His own, he says, are of the first quality." Chapter 11, pg. 99

"You are like the little child who wants to know the way the engine works. You wish to see the affair, not as the family doctor sees it, but with the eye of a detective who knows and cares for no one-to whom they are all strangers and all equally liable to suspicion." Chapter 13, pg. 111.

"Men have been known to do that-act...

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