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A charming, beautifully designed collection of bite-sized wisdom from Agatha Christie s beloved detective Hercule Poirot delightful, witty, and perceptive quotations and bon mots to stimulate every fan s little grey cells. Assume that nothing shown or described -- a glance between a married couple, a lost boot, a hound baying in the night -- has been put in the story accidentally. Sergeant Purley Stebbins is the assistant to Inspector Cramer. Spillane’s crusaders, in any event, are ambivalent about women.

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