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Hector sipped more of his wine. He said, “Progress?”
“Yes,” Gertrude said. “What have my mystifiers learned since last night?”
As if suddenly reminded about the body that had been sprawled there, Alice, carrying more glasses of wine for Ford and Joan Pyle, awkwardly stepped wide around that part of the floor.
Looking rather annoyed by tiny Alice’s stutter-step, Gertrude said, “What have you gathered or learned since Estelle’s theory about poisoning has been borne out?”
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