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Margery Allingham
(1904-1966) born on
May 20
English detective story writer. She is remembered as the mystery writer who created sleuth Atbert Campion in "Mind Readers," 1965.
Mourning is not forgetting. . . . It is an undoing. Every minute tie has to be untied and something permanent and valuable recovered and assimilated from the dust.

When the habitually even-tempered suddenly fly into a passion, that explosion is apt to be more impressive than the outburst of the most violent amongst us.
Chemists employed by the police can do remarkable things with blood. They can . . . weave it into a rope to hang a man.
When one kicks over a tea table and smashes everything but the sugar bowl, one may as well pick that up and drop it on the bricks, don't you think?
Self-satisfaction is the state of mind of those who have the happy conviction that they are not as other men.
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: In "Words of Women Quotations for Success," by Power Dynamics Publishing, 1997.
R: "Death of a Ghost," 1934.
A: "The Tiger in the Smoke," 1952.
N: "Dancers in Mourning," 1937.
K: In "The New Webster's Dictionary of Quotations and Famous Phrases," by Donald Bolander, 1987.

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