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"Funny thing, but some of the details I couldn't remember came back to me in dreams this afternoon. There's only one blank left in my memory- the actual circumstance that caused the accident." Jim Qwilleran, Chapter 1, page 18

"Those are the terms of Miss Klingenschoen's will: Live in Moose County for five years or forfeit the inheritance." Jim Qwilleran, Chapter 2, page 25

"There's no such thing as good contemporary! I don't do contemporary. I loathe the damn stuff." Amanda Goodwinter, Chapter 3, page 56

"What a narrow escape. You know, there was a period when Americana wasn't appreciated. These people must have moved their heirlooms to the garage when they bought their French and English antiques. It's strange that your decorator didn't recognize their current value." Mrs. Cobb, Chapter 4, page 64-65

"Either he was trying to tell us something about Daisy Mull, or he thought of a sneaky way to get an...

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