By Agatha Christie
Good Elspeth McGillicuddy isn't really given to hallucinations. till she forums the Paddington Station teach and turns into a witness to an obvious homicide. Or did she? nobody believes her yet her friend-the indomitable sleuth omit Jane Marple.
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Hans was an only child. ‘I’m not used to mixing with the nobility,’ Wallander said sombrely when Linda finished speaking. ‘They’re just like everybody else. ’ ‘You’ll find out. ’ ‘I’m not being negative! I just wonder -‘ ‘We’ll be eating at six o’clock. Don’t be late. And don’t bring Jussi. ’ ‘Jussi’s a very obedient dog. ’ ‘Hakan will be seventy-five shortly; Louise is a year or two younger. And Jussi never takes any notice of what you tell him to do - you should know that, since you’ve failed to train him properly.
Wallander nodded and stood up. ‘We’ll try to make the best of this,’ said Martinsson. Wallander could tell from his tone of voice that he was not particularly hopeful. Wallander reached out for his gun, but Martinsson shook his head. ‘That had better stay here,’ he said. Wallander went out into the hallway. Kristina Magnusson was passing, a mug of coffee between her hands. She nodded to him. Wallander could tell that she knew. He didn’t turn round to check her out as he usually did. Instead he went into a toilet and locked the door.
I’m not being negative! I just wonder -‘ ‘We’ll be eating at six o’clock. Don’t be late. And don’t bring Jussi. ’ ‘Jussi’s a very obedient dog. ’ ‘Hakan will be seventy-five shortly; Louise is a year or two younger. And Jussi never takes any notice of what you tell him to do - you should know that, since you’ve failed to train him properly. ’ She left the room before Wallander had time to reply. For a moment or two he tried to get annoyed by the fact that she always had to have the last word, but he couldn’t manage it and returned to his papers.