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A Question of Proof - Nicholas Blake

The headmaster sank into a chair, his face was buried in his trembling hands, and Armstrong could only guess what emotions were being concealed.

He went on: ‘And, of course, that means that the murderer is still at large.

LoL. This is fun, but I have to ask: was there a reason Blake chose a character to be Mr. Urquhart? Was it a tribute to Sayers? Apart from a couple of RL people, I've met three fictional Urquharts. And all of the fictional Urquharts I've met have been ... baddies.