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Witness for the Prosecution/Three Blind Mice
Witness for the Prosecution/Three Blind Mice Author:Agatha Christie The Witness for the Prosecution: Leonard Vole was a gallant young man. He couldn't bear to see a damsel in distress. Even an older damsel. So naturally he ssisted Miss French with her bundles after she had fled from the path on an oncoming bus. He had no idea, of course, that she was a wealthy eccentric, or that she might take a fancy to hi... more »m. As for her sudden death, some time later, he could prove he was at home on hat unfortunate occassion. His doting wife would certainly corroborate his statement....that was what HE thought!
Three Blind Mice: It takes a heap of labor to make a house a home, a heap of experience to make it a boarding house, and a heap of lodgers to keep it solvent. The new proorietors hadn't much experience. But they were young, enthusiastic and ambitious. And certainly the lodgers seemed to be nice people. Mrs. Boyle, to be sure, had an old voice. Major Metcalfe had obviously been over-exposed to the tropical sunds of the Orient. And a couple of the other guess were rather unorthodox in their behavior. Still, there's always somethin-nomater what you do. But when it takes the form of murder you certainly must do something, pronto!« less