‘Bottled, was he?’ said Colonel Bantry, with an Englishman’s sympathy for alcoholic excess. ‘Oh, well, can’t judge a fellow by what he does when he’s drunk. When I was at Cambridge, I remember I put a certain utensil – well, well, never mind. Deuce of a row there was about it.’
Two young girls, Ruby and Pamela, were murdered in not a pleasant way in The Body in the Library. I wasn’t sure why one girl had to die to take the place of the other? Had to read that back. Other than that, I can recall very little about this story. It wasn’t boring and it wasn’t exciting. The characters were lacklustre too.
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