Murder on the Orient Express
By tara_a, Updated
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You, see, this crime, it was most probably committed by a woman. The man was stabbed no fewer than twelve times. But to judge of an English woman is difficult. So I appeal to you Monsieur, in the interests of justice. What sort of person is this Miss Debenham?
G. Poirot is conducting an interview with Colonel Arbuthnot.
Miss Debenham, is a lady.
The idea is absurd. The man was a perfect stranger; she had never seen him before.
So you do not think that she is likely to be implicated in this crime?
At a quarter past one, to the best of my belief, I was talking to the young American fellow, secretary to the dead man.
This crime, we have reason to believe, took place at a quarter past one last night. It is part of the necessary routine to ask everyone on the train what he or she was doing at that time.
A pipe for me. Macqueen smoked cigarettes.
It was cold outside. You have returned to the train. You sit down again, you smoke, perhaps a cigarette, perhaps a pipe-
The train starts again. You smoke your pipe. It is late now. Most people have retired for the night. Does anyone pass the door? Think.
Difficult to say. You see I wasn't paying any attention.
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