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" At nine o'clock, sir." "At what hour does your master retire to his study?" "At half -past nine, sir." "Locks the door on the inside?" "Yes, sir." "Never rings for anything during the day?" "Not that I know of, sir." "What sort of a man is he?" Here Podgers... "
The Triumphs of Eugène Valmont - Page 184
by Robert Barr - 1906 - 330 pages
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Shadows of Sherlock Holmes

David Stuart Davies - Fiction - 1997 - 384 pages
...served?' 'At nine o'clock, sir.' 'At what hour does your master retire to his study?' 'At half-past nine, sir.' 'Locks the door on the inside?' 'Yes,...angry? Does he seem furtive, suspicious, anxious, terrorised, calm, excitable, or what?' 'Well, sir, he is by way of being very quiet, never has much...
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Vintage Mystery and Detective Stories

David Stuart Davies - Detective - 2006 - 1276 pages
...served?' 'At nine o'clock, sir.' 'At what hour does your master retire to his study?' 'At half-past nine, sir.' 'Locks the door on the inside?' 'Yes,...that I know of, sir.' 'What sort of a man is he?' 'What I meant was, Podgers, is he silent, or talkative, or does he get angry? Does he seem furtive,...
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