By Agatha Christie
For an rapid the 2 trains ran jointly, part through aspect. In that frozen second, Elspeth witnessed a homicide. Helplessly, she stared out of her carriage window as a guy remorselessly tightened his grip round a woman’s throat. The physique crumpled. Then the opposite teach drew away.
But who, except omit Marple, might take her tale heavily? in any case, there have been no suspects, no different witnesses . . . and no corpse.
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Mrs Bitton, of course. ' muttered the General. `You mean to say there's something between Driscoll and .. H'm. Yes. It fits, I suppose. ' `I haven't any proof. ' Hadley rubbed his chin, 'Still, let's take it as a hypothesis for the moment, and work back. Let's assume Larkin was shadowing Mrs Bitton.... Now, this White Tower, General. That's the biggest and most important one isn't it? ' `Well, yes ... ' `The Wakefield Tower. Yes. ' said Mason, excitedly. `I've got it. Mrs Bitton went to see the Crown Jewels.
It would entail so much awkwardness, you see. And I dislike violating hospitality in that fashion. Don't misunderstand me. ' Arbor took off his delicate eyeglasses and polished them with a white silk handkerchief. He was easy, smug, and half smiling now. The black eyebrows were wrinkled with amusement. 'Let me tell you a story, Inspector. ' Before I came to England I went to Philadelphia and looked up Mr Joseph McCartney, of Mount Airy Avenue, who owns the property on which the manuscript was found.
Arbor took off his delicate eyeglasses and polished them with a white silk handkerchief. He was easy, smug, and half smiling now. The black eyebrows were wrinkled with amusement. 'Let me tell you a story, Inspector. ' Before I came to England I went to Philadelphia and looked up Mr Joseph McCartney, of Mount Airy Avenue, who owns the property on which the manuscript was found. For the fact that it was found there I had the testimony of three honest labouring men. I laid my case with a tolerable degree of frankness before Mr McCartney.