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  • Dalgliesh asked Dr. Etherege whether he knew where Nagle kept his tools and which key opened the door of the record-room.

    A Mind to Murder

  • When I came in at the basement door I saw that there was a light in the record-room and the door was ajar, so I went to look.

    A Mind to Murder

  • The body had been taken away and the record-room sealed.

    A Mind to Murder

  • It would mean entering the record-room but that warm, echoing place of death had no terror for him.

    A Mind to Murder

  • Occasionally medical records from the basement record-room were hoisted in it to the first - and second-floor consulting-rooms, but it was otherwise little used.

    A Mind to Murder

  • Nurse Bolam could have left that treatment-room and waited for her cousin in the record-room with a fair degree of safety.

    A Mind to Murder

  • Dalgliesh disappeared into the record-room with the police surgeon and photographer.

    A Mind to Murder

  • Dr. Etherege switched on the light in the record-room and the fluorescent tubes flickered, yellowed and blazed into whiteness.

    A Mind to Murder

  • By early afternoon everyone in the clinic would know that he had examined the diagnostic index with the medical director and then visited the record-room.

    A Mind to Murder

  • It was difficult to connect this buxom, happy extrovert with that pathetic corpse on the record-room floor — or with the obsessional, authoritative administrator described by the staff of the Steen.

    A Mind to Murder

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