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Dead Man's Folly: A Hercule Poirot Mystery - Agatha Christie

‘How do you do, M. Poirot,’ she said. ‘I do hope you didn’t have too crowded a journey? The trains are sometimes too terrible this time of year. Let me give you some tea. Milk? Sugar?’


‘Very little milk, mademoiselle, and four lumps of sugar.’ He added, as Miss Brewis dealt with his request, ‘I see that you are all in a great state of activity.’


Quelle horreur!!! Poirot is drinking tea?!?!?