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“If Peltier was looking for help, Jack Mercier seemed to me to be a curious choice.”
“There were also critical biographies of the artists William Blake, Albrecht Dürer, Lucas Cranach the Elder, and Jean Duvet, in addition to facsimile editions of what appeared to be medieval texts.”
“Mercier's home was a huge white place with landscaped gardens and so many rooms that a search party would have to be organized if anybody got lost on the way to the bathroom.”
“If I was wrong about Lubec, then somebody would have to be at the rendezvous point to meet him.”
“Grace Peltier's credit card statement revealed nothing out of the ordinary, while the telephone records indicated calls to Marcy Becker at her parents' motel, a private number in Boston which was now disconnected but which I assumed to be Ali Wynn's, and repeated calls to the Fellowship's office in Waterville.”
“Machias Seal was too far out to sea to be relevant, which left six.”
“The walls were covered with photographs of Carter Paragon at various events, usually surrounded by people who didn't know any better than to be happy around him.”
“Boothbay Harbor used to be a pretty nice place thirty years ago, when it was little more than a fishing village.”
“From a public phone I called the office of the Portland Press Herald, asked to be put through to the news desk, and told the woman who answered that there was a body in the house of Carter Paragon in Waterville but that the police didn't know about it yet.”
“Lester Bargus was a lowlife and nobody will miss him, but I've found in the past that people willing to strike at unarmed men tend not to be too particular about whom they kill.”
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