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The Man in the Brown Suit by Agatha Christie

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I dare say it is good for one now and again to realize what an idiot one can be! But no one relishes the process.


What good is money if it can't buy happiness?


If things happen anywhere, they happen in London.


It is really a hard life. Men will not be nice to you if you are not good-looking, and women will not be nice to you if you are.


It was very like a dream. Like all dreamers, however, I could not let my dream alone. We poor humans are so anxious not to miss anything.


"Men are so superior about their Latin," said Mrs. Blair. "But all the same I notice that when you ask them to translate inscriptions in old churches, they can never do it! They hem and haw, and get out of it somehow."


A man who has shot lions in large quantities has an unfair advantage over other men.


You know I want you. You know that I’d give my soul to pick you up in my arms and keep you here, hidden away from the world, forever and ever.


A diary is useful for recording the idiosyncrasies of other people—but not one’s own.


I had the firm conviction that, if I went about looking for adventure, adventure would meet me halfway. It is a theory of mine that one always gets what one wants.


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