Thirteen at DinnerLarge Print - 1989
At a dinner party, Lady Edgware tells Hercule Poirot that she wished her husband were dead so that she could marry the Duke of Merton, and a day later Lord Edgware is found murdered
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“You are beautifully and perfectly balanced. In you sanity is personified. […] When the criminal sets out to do a crime his first effort is to deceive. […] The imagine in his mind is that of the normal man. […] As in a mirror I see reflected in your mind exactly what the criminal wishes me to believe. That is terrifically helpful and suggestive.” (Poirot to Hastings)
Despite his good looks there was something vaguely effeminate that I disliked about the softness of his voice. (Hastings, narration)
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