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"They show all kinds of people can murder" (Chapter 2, p. 30).

"Death was only one more adventure untried" (Chapter 11, p. 68).

"If he knew Bruno had done it, why didn't he turn him in? What did he feel about Bruno besides hatred and disgust? Was he afraid? Guy didn't clearly know" (Chapter 16, p. 102).

"On shipboard, he detailed two or three key plans for the murder of his father, of which any other plans laid on the estate would be mere variations" (Chapter 19, p. 117).

"'At times like this,' she said quietly, 'you make me feel we're complete strangers'" (Chapter 21, p. 133).

"He believed he could not have done his work without a belief in God. And where had been his belief when he murdered? He had forsaken God, not God him" (Chapter 28, p.178-179).

"He twisted away abruptly. 'No. No, that's not it at all!' He said it so honestly, yet...

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