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"'It's called End House,' said the girl. 'I love it—but it's a tumble-down old place. Going to rack and ruin.'" —Chapter 1, The Majestic Hotel

"She still treated the matter lightly, because it was her habit and her creed to treat all occurrences lightly, but there was a distinct difference in her manner." —Chapter 3, Accidents?

"'Dancing on the edge of death,' she said lightly." —Chapter 5, Mr. and Mrs. Croft

"'It's the only way, isn't it?' said Maggie. 'I mean—whatever one's inward feelings are—it is no good making a fuss about them. That's only uncomfortable for everyone else.'" —Chapter 7, Tragedy

"'It is a list of people surrounding Mademoiselle Buckley. Within that list, if my theory is correct, there must be the name of the murderer.'" —Chapter 9, A. to J.

"His eyes were shining with...

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