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#1. Keeping busy was the only answer: action had always been his drug of choice. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#2. She thought of the day that Matthew had asked her out for the very first time and remembered walking home from school, her insides on fire with excitement and pride. She remembered Sarah Shadlock giggling, leaning against him in a pub in Bath, and Matthew frowning slightly and pulling away. She thought of Strike and Elin . . . what have they got to do with anything? #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#3. in literature. Neither of them minded women #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#4. For in every ill-turn of fortune the most unhappy sort of unfortunate man is the one who has been happy. Boethius, De #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#5. You know, there's pride, and then there's stupidity #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#6. The country was lumbering towards election day. Strike turned in early on Sunday and watched the day's gaffes, counterclaims and promises being tabulated on his portable TV. There was an air of joylessness in every news report he watched. The national debt was so huge that it was diffcult to comprehend. Cuts were coming, whoever won; deep, painful cuts; and sometimes, with their weasel words, the party leaders reminded Strike of the surgeons who had told him cautiously that he might experience a degree of discomfort; they who would never personally feel the pain that was about to be inflicted. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#7. You could find beauty nearly anywhere if you stopped to look for it, but the battle to get through the days made it easy to forget that this totally cost-free luxury existed. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#8. Strike set out for his office beneath a sky of dirty silver, #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#9. It was nearly eight before he returned to the office. This was the hour when he found London most lovable; the working day over, her pub windows were warm and jewel-like, her streets thrummed with life, and the indefatigable permanence of her aged buildings, softened by the street lights, became strangely reassuring. We have seen plenty like you, they seemed to murmur soothingly, as he limped along Oxford Street carrying a boxed-up camp bed. Seven and a half million hearts were beating in close proximity in this heaving old city, and many, after all, would be aching far worse than his. Walking wearily past closing shops, while the heavens turned indigo above him, Strike found solace in vastness and anonymity. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#10. He had found humor in darker places. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#11. Erudite, for a woman who confuses "you're" and "your" and goes in for random capitalisation.' 'We can't all be literary geniuses,' said Robin reproachfully. 'Thank Christ for that, from all I'm hearing about them. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#12. Optimumque est, ut volgo dixere, aliena insania frui. And the best plan is, as the popular saying was, to profit by the folly of others. Pliny the Elder, Historia Naturalis #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#13. Time had eroded all shock value. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#14. Ilsa looked slightly aggrieved at the news that Robin still intended to marry someone other than Strike, but before she could say anything else Strike's mobile buzzed in his pocket. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#15. She was black, too, or rather, a delicious shade of café au lait, and this, we were constantly told, represented progression an industry concerned merely with surfaces. (I am dubious: could it not be that, this season, café au lait was the 'in' shade? Have we seen a sudden influx of black women into the industry in Landry's wake? Have our notions of female beauty been revolutionised by her success? Are black Barbies now out-selling white?) #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#16. Matthew kept hinting that Strike was somehow a fake. He seemed to feel that being a private detective was a far-fetched job, like astronaut or lion tamer; that real people did not do such things. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#17. He was thinking about men like his Uncle Ted, a Cornishman to his bones, who lived and would die in St. Mawes, part of the fabric of the place, remembered as long as there were locals, beaming out of fading photographs of the Life Boat on pub walls. When Ted died - and Strike hoped it would be twenty, thirty years hence - they would mourn him as the unknown Barrovian Grammar boy was being mourned: with drink, with tears, but in celebration that he had been given to them. What had dark, hulking Brockbank, child rapist, and fox-haired Laing, wife-torturer, left behind in the towns of their birth? Shudders of relief that they had gone, fear that they had returned, a trail of broken people and bad memories. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#18. Leda, Lula and Rochelle had not been women like Lucy, or his Aunt Joan; they had not taken every reasonable precaution against violence or chance; they had not tethered themselves to life with mortgages and voluntary work, safe husbands and clean-faced dependants: their deaths, therefore, were not classed as "tragic," in the same way as those of staid and respectable housewives. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#19. Judging by the lopsided way she was hunched, with one hand buried deep under the lapel of her coat, Strike deduced that he had saved her by grabbing a substantial part of her left breast. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#20. A leg?" repeated Detective Inspector Eric Wardle on the end of the line. "A fucking leg?"
"And it's not even my size," said Strike, a joke he would not have made had Robin been present. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#21. If you want life-long friendship and selfless camaraderie, join the army and learn to kill.
If you want a lifetime of temporary alliances with peers who will glory in your every failure, write novels.
- Robert Galbraith (J.K. Rowling)
The Silkworm #Quote by J.K. Rowling
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#22. As suddenly as they had reached for each other, they broke apart. Tears were rolling down Robin's face. For one moment of madness, Strike yearned to say, "Come with me", but there are words that can never be unsaid or forgotten, and those, he knew, were some of them. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#23. Strike's eyes followed her hand, but what caught his attention was not the small stack of neatly written papers she was showing him, but the sapphire engagement ring.

There was a pause. Robin wondered why her heart was pummeling her ribs. How ridiculous to feel defensive . . . it was up to her whether she married Matthew . . . ludicrous even to feel she had to state that to herself . . . #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#24. Had she learned how to compose her face into its most photogenic arrangement, to project emotion so beautifully? Or had she simply been a pellucid surface through which her feelings naturally shone? #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#25. Seven and a half million hearts were beating in close proximity in this heaving old city, and many, after all, would be aching far worse than his. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#26. Nobody enjoys accepting that they have reaped what they have sown. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#27. It was difficult for him to decide whether she was sincere, or performing her own character; her beauty got in the way, like a thick cobweb through which it was difficult to see her clearly. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#28. He would never know what it was like to feel yourself small, weak and powerless. He would never understand what rape did to your feelings about your own body: to find yourself reduced to a thing, an object, a piece of fuckable meat. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#29. Hearing her tell Wardle about the disposable wedding cameras she had ordered had brought home to Strike how soon she would become Mrs. Matthew Cunliffe. There's still time, he thought. For what, he did not specify, even to himself. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#30. A marked desire to be considered more than he felt himself to be; to become endowed, in fact, with that unpredictable, dangerous and transformative quality: fame. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#31. Abused people cling to their abusers. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#32. how very small London was once you reached a certain altitude; once you had left behind those who could not easily secure tables at the best restaurants and clubs. 'Couldn't #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#33. Strike was used to playing archaeologist among the ruins of people's traumatised memories; #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#34. Will you turn on the radio? I fancy a bit of music," she said. "Louder than that, sweetie. Oh, I love this." "Telephone" by Lady Gaga filled the car. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#35. It's that wounded-poet crap, that soul-pain shit, that too-much-of-a-tortured-genius-to-wash bollocks. Brush your teeth, you little bastard. You're not fucking Byron. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#36. The argument had been in full swing when Matthew's father telephoned with the news that a funny turn Matthew's mother had suffered the previous week had been diagnosed as a mini-stroke. After this, she and Matthew felt that squabbling about Strike was in bad taste, so they went to bed in an unsatisfactory state of theoretical reconciliation, both, Robin knew, still seething. It was #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#37. Landry case and - Jesus - didn't someone just send you a #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#38. A misty radiance, through which stars were struggling to twinkle, filled the night sky beyond the tiny window beside him. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#39. Hell's built on regret. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#40. Oh," said Tansy.

The monosyllable contained equal parts of surprise and disdain. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#41. That's how the rich stay rich, ain't it? They didn' need it, but they didn' mind a bit more. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#42. Those who did not know the ocean well forgot its solidity, its brutality. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#43. He had hoped to spot the flickering shadow of a murderer as he turned the file's pages, but instead it was the ghost of Lula herself who emerged, gazing up at him, as victims of violent crimes sometimes did, through the detritus of their interrupted lives. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#44. Like foxes to a dustbin, #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#45. One of the earliest and most vivid memories of Robin's childhood was of the day that the family dog had been put down. She herself had been too young to understand what her father was saying; she took the continuing existence of Bruno, her oldest brother's beloved Labrador, for granted. Confused by her parents' solemnity, she had turned to Stephen for a clue as to how to react, and all security had crumbled, for she had seen, for the first time in her short life, happiness and comfort drain out of his small and merry face, and his lips whiten as his mouth fell open. She had heard oblivion howling in the silence that preceded his awful scream of anguish, and then she had cried, inconsolably, not for Bruno, but for the terrifying grief of her brother. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#46. She wuz depressed. Yeah, she wuz on stuff for it. Like me. Sometimes it jus' takes you over. It's an illness," she said, although she made the words sound like "it's uh nillness."
Nillness, thought Strike, for a second distracted. He had slept badly. Nillness, that was where Lula Landry had gone, and where all of them, he and Rochelle included, were headed. Sometimes illness turned slowly to nillness, as was happening to Bristow's mother ... sometimes nillness rose to meet you out of nowhere, like a concrete road slamming your skull apart. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#47. The roar of the crowd had thundered through both fighters' veins like a second pulse. Strike #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#48. Im.' The monosyllable was heavy with contempt. 'E's a twat.'
'Is he?'
'Yeah, 'e is. Ask Kieran.'
She gave the impression that she and Kieran stood together, sane, dispassionate observers of the idiots populating Lula's world. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#49. [He] looked as thought he had been carved out of soft ebony by a master hand that had grown bored with its own expertise, and started to veer towards the grotesque. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#50. For all his determination to keep her at arm's length, they had literally leaned on each other. He could remember exactly what it felt like to have his arm around her waist as they had meandered towards Hazlitt's Hotel. She was tall enough to hold easily. He had never fancied very small women.

Matthew would not like this, she had said.

He would have liked it even less had he known how much Strike had liked it. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#51. In the depths of his tiredness, surrounded by these blank, sheep-like visages, he found himself pondering the accidents that had brought all of them into being. Every birth was, viewed properly, mere chance. With a hundred million sperm swimming blindly through the darkness, the odds against a person becoming themselves were staggering. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#52. Yeah, well, she ended up exchanging email addresses with these two. Nothing particularly helpful, but we're looking to establish whether they actually met her - you know, in Real Life, said Wardle.
Strange, thought Strike, how that phrase - so prevalent in childhood to differentiate between the fantasy world of play and the dull adult world of fact - had now come to signify the life that a person had outside the internet. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#53. The conclusion is they've got enough features in common to suggest the same perpetrator. It looks like he uses two knives, a carving knife and a machete. The victims were all vulnerable - prostitutes, drunk, emotionally off balance - and all picked up off the street except for Kelsey. He took trophies from #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#54. The squashy earth-colored sofas, the tall cups of American froth, the wholesome young people working with quiet efficiency #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#55. Couples tended to be of roughly equivalent personal attractiveness, though of course factors such as money often seemed to secure a partner of significantly better looks than oneself. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#56. A masterpiece produced by an indecipherable cocktail of races, Kolovas-Jones's skin was #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#57. He was not a man who told himself comfortable lies. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#58. Parky, isn't it?" Strike said to the frowning constable and her companion as he and Robin walked back past them. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#59. No milk, gone out for breakfast, then to Hamleys, want to beat crowds. PS Know who killed Quine. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#60. He liked Robin; he was grateful to her; he was even (after this morning) impressed by her; but, having normal sight and an unimpaired libido, he was also reminded every day she bent over the computer monitor that she was a very sexy girl. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#61. The whole world's writing novels, but nobody's reading them. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#62. You ought to give up detecting and try fantasy writing, Strike #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#63. Strike had recently helped several wealthy young women rid themselves of City husbands who had become much less attractive to them since the financial crash. There was something appealing about restoring a husband to a wife, for a change. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#64. But they had already tried, again and again and again, and always, when the first crashing wave of mutual longing subsided, the ugly wreck of the past lay revealed again, its shadow lying darkly over everything they tried to rebuild. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#65. She had drawn strength from everyone else's weakness, hoping that her adrenaline-fueled bravery would carry her safely back to normality, #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#66. Yet he liked her face. He liked her voice. He liked being around her. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#67. He was sorry, genuinely sorry, for the pain she was in. Yet the revelation had caused certain other feelings - feelings he usually kept under tight rein, considering them both misguided and dangerous - to flex inside him, to test their strength against their restraining bonds. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#68. This, he thought, was how women roped you in. They added you to lists and forced you to confirm and commit. They impressed upon you that if you didn't show up a plate of hot food would go begging, a gold-backed chair would remain unoccupied, a cardboard place name would sit shamefully upon a table, announcing your rudeness to the world. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#69. untrammelled flow #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#70. Ridiculous," he said breathlessly. "You ought to give up detecting and try fantasy writing. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#71. Strike knew how deeply ingrained was the belief that the evil conceal their dangerous predilections for violence and domination. When they wear them like bangles for all to see, the gullible populace laughs, calls it a pose, or finds it strangely attractive. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#72. Robin was laughing in the slightly grudging manner of a woman who is entertained, but who wishes, nevertheless, to make it clear that the goal is well defended. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#73. The feel of her was both new and familiar, as though he had held her a long time ago, as though he had missed it without knowing it for years. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#74. he talked until their food arrived, littering his chat with references to 'ninety k' and 'a quarter of a mill', and every sentence was angled, like a mirror, to show him in the best possible light: his cleverness, his quick thinking, his besting of slower, stupider yet more senior colleagues... #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#75. Many lonely people, Strike knew, found it pleasant to be the focus of somebody's undivided attention and sought to prolong the novel experience. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#76. Strike had not been able to guard against warm feelings for Robin, who had stuck by him when he was at his lowest ebb and helped him turn his fortunes around; nor, having normal eyesight, could he escape the fact that she was a very good-looking woman. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#77. He's the turd that won't flush, as Strike put it to Lucy, #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#78. Writers are a savage breed, Mr. Strike. If you want life-long friendship and selfless camaraderie, join the army and learn to kill. If you want a lifetime of temporary alliances with peers who will glory in your every failure, write novels. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#79. Birthdays in Lucy's world were always celebrated, never forgotten: there must be cake and candles and cards and presents; time must be marked, order preserved, traditions upheld. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#80. Lucy's idea of sympathy compared unfavorably with some of the interrogation techniques they had used at Guantanamo. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#81. Strike felt abnormally huge and hairy; a woolly mammoth attempting to blend in among capuchin monkeys. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#82. ... cheer the fuck up and eat your burger. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#83. The leg was sent to Robin,' Strike reminded him. 'There's as much chance that she's seen this woman previously as I have. She's my partner. We work the same jobs.'

Robin glanced sideways at Strike. He had never before described her as his partner to somebody else, or not within Robin's hearing. He was not looking at her. Robin switched her attention back to Wardle. Apprehensive though she was, after hearing Strike put her on equal professional footing with himself she knew that, whatever she was about to see, she would not let herself, or him, down. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#84. Edinburgh House. He had heard that in its industrial heyday, Corby had had #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#85. Monday-morning faces: sagging, gaunt, braced, resigned. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#86. Don't turn your back, don't show your profile, You'll never know when it's your turn to go. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#87. one of the mugs, robin saw, read keep clam and proofread #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#88. There's nothing of so infinite vexation As man's own thoughts. John Webster, The White Devil #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#89. Her antipathy towards Strike seemed to have evaporated. He was not surprised; he had met the phenomenon many times. People liked to talk; there were very few exceptions; the question was how you made them do it. Some, and Ursula was evidently one of them, were amenable to alcohol; others liked a spotlight; and then there were those who merely needed proximity to another conscious human being. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#90. middle-aged woman trying to reach the #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#91. Look me in the eye and tell me you've loved anyone, since, like you loved me."
"No, I haven't," he said, "and thank fuck for that. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#92. Honorable Judge Robert Galbraith #Quote by Georgette St. Clair
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#93. I'd imagine "murderess" trumps "wife" when defining a close relationship. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#94. salacious gossip. The fact that #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#95. Women were so petty, mean, dirty and small. Sulky bitches, the lot of them, expecting men to keep them happy. Only when they lay dead and empty in front of you did they become purified, mysterious and even wonderful. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#96. A vast unfocused rage rose in her, against men who considered displays of emotion a delicious open door; men who ogled your breasts under the pretense of scanning the wine shelves; men for whom your mere physical presence constituted a lubricious invitation. Her #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#97. Instinct was clawing at him like an importuning dog. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#98. Hard to remember these days that there was a time you had to wait for the ink and paper reviews to see your work excoriated. With the invention of the internet, any subliterate cretin can be Michiko Kakutani. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#99. Sense entered into a short, violent skirmish with instinct and inclination, and was overwhelmed. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#100. She emanated that aura of grandeur that replaces sexual allure in the successful older woman. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#101. the kettle boiled in its usual crescendo of rattling lid and rambunctious bubbles, condensation steaming up the window behind it. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#102. I do, said Robin in a ringing voice, looking straight into the eyes, not of her stony-faced new husband, but of the battered and bloodied man who had just sent her flowers crashing to the floor. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#103. However, Strike knew that the truly deluded would happily discount such trivialities as DNA evidence, citing contamination, or conspiracy. They saw what they wanted to see, blind to inconvenient, implacable truth. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#104. Women, in his experience, often expected you to understand that it was a measure of how much they loved you that they tried their damnedest to change you. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#105. Staring down at his napkin, he resembled a scruffy heron. Tempest, #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#106. Strike noticed that, in spite of Duffield's air of disorientation and distress, he had made a good job of applying his eyeliner. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#107. Like most writers, I tend to find out what I feel on a subject by writing about it. It is how we interpret the world, how we make sense of it. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#108. Strike registered the pronounced asymmetry of his pale blue eyes, one of which was a good centimeter higher than the other. It gave him an oddly vulnerable look, as though he had been finished in a hurry. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#109. I was nearly christened Eric Bloom Strike,' he said and Robin choked on her water. He laughed as she coughed into a napkin. 'Let's face it, Cormoran's not much bloody better. Cormoran Blue - '

'Blue?'

'Blue Öyster Cult, aren't you listening?'

'God,' said Robin. 'You keep that quiet.'

'Wouldn't you? #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#110. Lined the walls. Didn't he live in St. Michael's Mount, the giant Cormoran? #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#111. Alcohol buoyed you up and it washed your eyes clean. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#112. Handsome in the manner of an Aryan prince, possessor of a trust fund, born to fulfill a preordained place in his family and the world; a man with all the confidence twelve generations of well-documented lineage can give. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#113. I was only going to say that abused people cling to their abusers, don't they? They've been brainwashed to believe there's no alternative. I was the bloody alternative, standing there, right in front of her! #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#114. Felix qui potuit rerum cognoscere causas. Lucky is he who has been able to understand the causes of things Virgil, Georgics, Book 2 #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#115. Sixteen unseeing stone of disheveled male slammed into her; Robin was knocked off her feet and catapulted backwards, handbag flying, arms windmilling, towards the void beyond the lethal staircase. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#116. I'm totally serious. Look it up on the net. When women turn, they really turn. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#117. The story, like all the best stories, split like an amoeba, forming an endless series of new stories and opinion pieces and speculative articles, each spawning its own counter chorus. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#118. Had he imagined things in Charlotte that had never been there? Had he invented virtues for he, to add luster to her staggering looks? ... Perhaps he had created a Charlotte in her own image who had never existed outside his own besotted mind, but what of it? He had loved the real Charlotte too, the woman who had stripped herself bare in front of him, demanding whether he could still love her if she did this, if she confessed to this, if she treated him like this..until finally she had found his limit and beauty, rage and tears had been insufficient to hold him, and she had fled into the arms of another man. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#119. Mingling grandiosity and short-sightedness in dangerous measure. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#120. Memories like shrapnel, forever embedded, infected by what had come later ... words of love and undying devotion, times of sublime happiness, lies upon lies upon lies ... his attention kept sliding away from the stories he was reading. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#121. This house had a small front garden, black railings and a lawn in need of mowing. Two white front doors had been crammed together side by side, showing that the three-story building had been converted into upper and lower flats. A girl called Robin Ellacott lived on the ground floor. Though he had made it his business to find out her real name, inside his own head he called her The Secretary. He had just seen her pass in front of the bow window, easily recognizable because of her bright hair. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#122. He had spent much of his childhood perched on the coast, with the taste of salt in the air: this was a place of woodland and river, mysterious and secretive in a different way from St. Mawes, the little town with its long smuggling history, where colorful houses tumbled down to the beach. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#123. ... I to you will open The book of a black sin, deep printed in me. ... my disease lies in my soul. Thomas Dekker, The Noble Spanish Soldier #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#124. Yet here she sat on the sofa, working rather than dealing with the subject that seemed to fill the small flat, pressing against the walls, keeping the atmosphere perpetually stiff with tension. Commentators #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#125. The dead girl had her glimpse of earthly paradise: littered with designer goods, and celebrities to sneer at, and handsome drivers to joke with, and the yearning for it had brought her to this: seven mourners, and a minister who did not know her name. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#126. Charlotte had had the kind of beauty that made men forget themselves midsentence, that stunned them into silence. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#127. All love, ultimately, is self-love. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#128. More pre-Christmas revelers on the Friday-night Tube: girls in ludicrously tiny glittering dresses risking hypothermia for a fumble with the boy from Packaging. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#129. Do whatever you want with this dedication, but don't - don't - use it on your eyebrows. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#130. No self-respecting blowfly wants to lay eggs in acid. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#131. the walking stick, like a burqa, conferred protective status... #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#132. There were friends all over London who would welcome his eagerly to their homes, who would throw open their guest rooms and their fridges, eager to condole and to help. The price of all of those comfortable beds and home-cooked meals, however, would be to sit at kitchen tables, once the clean-pajamaed children were in bed, and relive the filthy final battle with Charlotte, submitting to the outraged sympathy and pity of his friends' girlfriends and wives. To this he preferred grim solitude, a Pot Noodle and a sleeping bag. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#133. How easy it was to capitalize on a person's own bent for self-destruction; how simple to nudge them into non-being, then to stand back and shrug and agree that it had been the inevitable result of a chaotic, catastrophic life. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#134. People do kill themselves, you know, Miranda, when they think their whole reason for living is being taken away from them. Even the fact that other people think their suffering is a joke isn't enough to shake them out of it. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#135. In the inverted food chain of fame, it was the big beasts who were stalked and hunted #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#136. A paunchy man with a face the color of corned beef, #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#137. We need readers," muttered Daniel Chard. "More readers. Fewer writers. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#138. She's just tried to bloody knife me, Robin!"
"Well, she didn't manage it, did she?" commented Robin, busy with the kettle.
"Ineptitude," said Strike incredulously, "is no fucking defense under the law! #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#139. The act of shopping for what he needed, and of setting up the bare necessities for himself, had lulled Strike back into the familiar soldierly state of doing what needed to be done, without question or complaint. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#140. central thoroughfare, stood a #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#141. Women liked Strike - she had come to realize that over the months they had worked together. She had not understood the appeal when she had started working for him. He was so very different from Matthew. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#142. You think he had it in him to kill her, do you?"
"Of course I do," said Somé dismissively. "Of course he has. All of us have got it in us, somewhere, to kill. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#143. The detective seemed to remember reading that advertisers used Scottish accents to suggest integrity and honesty. The #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#144. It had been a pretext for the papers to remind the #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#145. Such is the universal desire for fame that those who achieve it accidentally or unwillingly will wait in vain for pity. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#146. Being sworn at by random people was the price you paid for living in London, #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#147. Robin did not know why the announcement that Strike was off to meet Elin should lower her spirits. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#148. If you spot anything, or you think of anything I haven't, tell me, won't you?" This was rather thrilling: Robin prided herself on her observational powers; they were one reason she had secretly cherished the childhood ambition that the large man beside her was living. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#149. He possessed a finely honed sense for the strange and the wicked. He had seen things all through his childhood that other people preferred to imagine happened only in films. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#150. Began to read a piece on how a high street chain of stores had banned Cliff Richard's Christmas songs. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#151. The model? Whoa.' But Spanner's interest in human beings, even when dead or famous, was still secondary to his fondness for rare comics, technological innovation, and bands of which Strike had never heard. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#152. so he sat smoking on the sofa with the lower trouser leg hanging empty towards the floor, lost in thought. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#153. In a way, an explanation had never been the point. She had simply liked being the only one who wanted to find out the truth. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#154. In spite of her plainness that would have made wallflowers of other women, she radiated a great sense of self-importance. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#155. He felt as though his capacity for loving had been blunted, the nerve endings severed. He #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#156. It had been, in Robin's view, the most perfect proposal, ever, in the history of matrimony. He had even had a ring in his pocket, which she was now wearing; a sapphire with two diamonds, it fitted perfectly, and all the way into town she kept staring at it on her hand as it rested on her lap. She and Matthew had a story to tell now, a funny family story, the kind you told your children, in which his planning (she loved that he had planned it) went awry, and turned into something spontaneous. She loved the tramps, and the moon, and Matthew, panicky and flustered, on one knee; she loved Eros, and dirty old Piccadilly, and the black cab they had taken home to Clapham. She #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#157. She looked away from him, drawing hard on her Rothman's; when her mouth puckered into hard little lines around the cigarette, it looked like a cat's anus. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#158. Are we tryina stop this wedding, Bunsen?"
"' Course not," said Strike, pulling out another cigarette. "I was invited. I'm a friend. A guest."
"You sacked 'er," said Shanker. "Which ain't a mark of friendship where I come from."
Strike refrained from pointing out that Shanker knew hardly anyone who had ever had a job. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#159. How could the death of someone you had never met affect you so? #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#160. Doesn't anyone ever call you that, among all your many nicknames?' she wondered as they walked back through to the hall. 'Call me what?' '"Lightning" Strike? #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#161. He had never been able to understand the assumption of intimacy fans felt with those they had never met. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#162. She couldn't understand a vocation. Some people can't; at best, work's about status and pay cheques for them, it hasn't got value in itself. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#163. Shoveling food into his mouth. Thoughts came fluently, cogently: #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#164. Emma Watson in white on the cover of Vogue ("The Super Star Issue"), #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#165. Nobody who had not lived there would ever understand that London was a country unto itself. They might resent it for the fact that it held more power and money than any other British city, but they could not understand that poverty carried its own flavour there, where everything cost more, where the relentless distinctions between those who had succeeded and those who had not were constantly, painfully visible. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#166. Good though his eyesight was, however, he would have been unlikely to spot the Stanley knife being turned rhythmically between long, fine fingers. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#167. Are you all right, Robin?'

'Yes, I promise I am.' She hesitated, then said, almost defiantly, 'Cormoran's been great. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#168. I cannot rest from travel: I will drink Life to the lees; all times I have enjoy'd Greatly, have suffer'd greatly, both with those That loved me, and alone; on shore and when Thro' scudding drifts the rainy Hyades Vext the dim sea: I am become a name ... #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#169. There were several pictures of Lula with Evan Duffield, a few of them clearly taken by one or other of the pair themselves, holding the camera at arm's length, both of them apparently stoned or drunk. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#170. For this to happen today, of all days! It felt like a wink from God. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#171. She became a morality tale stiff with Schadenfreude, and so many columnists made allusion to Icarus that Private Eye ran a special column. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#172. There's people who'd expect you to take a bullet for them and they don't bother rememb'ring yuh name. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#173. Popularity's overrated. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#174. She thought it might be the very first time that Strike had ever given any indication that he saw her as a woman, and she silently filed away the exchange to pore over later, in solitude. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#175. Man looketh on the outward appearance, but the Lord looketh on the heart. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#176. He drank it sitting in Robin's chair, and ate half a packet of digestives, #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#177. He wondered fleetingly how many people who sat alone for hours as they scribbled their stories practiced talking about their work during their coffee breaks ... #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#178. Though they spent so much time trying to make themselves beautiful, you were not supposed to admit to women that beauty mattered. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#179. Forever encased in the amber of a writer's prose. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#180. If you want a lifetime of temporary alliances with peers who will glory in your every failure, write novels. Strike #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#181. Why the fuck had she put that ring back on? Hadn't she tasted freedom on that drive up to Barrow, which Strike looked back on with a fondness that discomposed him?

She's making a fucking huge mistake, that's all.

That was all. It wasn't personal. Whether she was engaged, married or single, nothing could or ever would come of the weakness he was forced to acknowledge that he had developed. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#182. His size, to which was added the offense of a backpack, caused unexpressed disgruntlement in those commuters forced to share the space with him, but Strike barely noticed. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#183. He had almost fallen asleep on top of Elin last night, and counted it among the week's few small achievements that he had finished the job, at least. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#184. Matthew would not like this, she had said. He would have liked it even less had he know how much Strike had liked it. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#185. And that woman was going to marry Matthew! Matthew, who had been banking on her working in human resources, with a nice salary to complement his own, who sulked and bitched about her long, unpredictable hours and her lousy paycheck . . . couldn't she see what a stupid bloody thing she was doing? Why the fuck had she put that ring back on? Hadn't she tasted freedom on that drive up to Barrow, which Strike looked back on with a fondness that discomposed him?

She's making a fucking huge mistake, that's all. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#186. He's a writer," she said, as though this explained everything. "He's disappeared before?" "He's emotional," she said, her expression glum. "He's always going off on one, but it's been ten days and I know he's really upset but I need him home now. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#187. Can I ask who you are, sir?"
"Yeah, I expect so," said Strike, walking past him and ringing the doorbell. Anstis's dinner invitation notwithstanding, he was not feeling sympathetic to the police just now. "Should be just about within your capabilities. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#188. Men looked so tragic when they cried. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#189. Other people his age had houses and washing machines, cars and television sets, furniture and gardens and mountain bikes and lawnmowers: he had four boxes of crap, and a set of matchless memories. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#190. Strike would have advised any friend to leave and not look back, but he had come to see her like a virus in his blood that he doubted he would ever eradicate; the best he could hope for was to control its symptoms. #Quote by Robert Galbraith
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#191. The extreme situation in Somalia favored the imposition of international conservatorship. At this point, what I have termed strategies of construction and maintenance overlap. Conservatorship may involve international territorial administration. International territorial administration, in turn, may simultaneously involve the construction of new, and the maintenance and reequilibration of surviving, institutions of state. #Quote by Robert I. Rotberg
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#192. It is hard for me to believe that a human being could have done what I have done." Jeffrey Dahmer #Quote by Robert Keller
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#193. Guilt is like a putrid sludge that courses through our flesh. #Quote by Robert Palasciano
Robert Galbraith quotes by Robert Forster
#194. If you're willing to do it as good as you're willing to think up to do it, that's what your mind is there for, and you deliver excellence right now, now being the only moment you can control or do anything with or be creative with. #Quote by Robert Forster
Robert Galbraith quotes by Robert Browning
#195. A man's reach should exceed his grasp #Quote by Robert Browning
Robert Galbraith quotes by Robert Bringhurst
#196. A man who would letterspace lower case would steal sheep, Frederic Goudy liked to say. If this wisdom needs updating, it is chiefly to add that a woman who would letterspace lower case would steal sheep as well . #Quote by Robert Bringhurst
Robert Galbraith quotes by Robert Green Ingersoll
#197. Cruelty hardens and degrades, kindness reforms and ennobles. #Quote by Robert Green Ingersoll
Robert Galbraith quotes by Robert Bly
#198. Morris Berman has pointed out that museums characteristically present hard things, such as axes and spears, as evidence of early culture. But culture very likely begins with baskets made of reeds that are "soft" and hold emptiness. #Quote by Robert Bly
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#199. Then we went skinny dippin' and did things that frighten the fish ...
Character, Shelby Eatonton, from the movie, Steel Magnolias. #Quote by Robert Harling
Robert Galbraith quotes by Robert A. Heinlein
#200. He became convinced that ordinary commercial financing could be done for a service charge plus an insurance fee amounting to much less that the current rates of interest charged by banks, whose rates were based on supply and demand, treating money as a commodity rather than as a sovereign state's means of exchange. #Quote by Robert A. Heinlein
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#201. Your choices decide your fate. Take the time to make the right ones. If you make a mistake, that's fine; learn from it & don't make it again. #Quote by Robert Kiyosaki
Robert Galbraith quotes by Robert Teeter
#202. The endorsement of respected conservative Republican officeholders and politicians is particularly important at this time as to destroy Reagan's credibility as a loyal Republican. #Quote by Robert Teeter
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#203. Of all the people I have met who have achieved a level of economic success similar to m own were driven to realize a dream, but not necessarily to become wealthy. Remember, success is doing what you want to do. #Quote by Robert Herjavec
Robert Galbraith quotes by Robert K. Cooper
#204. Resting on what's considered great has always been a recipe for decline. I remember touring Rome with a guide who pointed out one marvelous achievement after another of the first Roman emperor, Augustus. Augustus was said to have inherited a city of brick and left a city of marble, with twelve entrances on twelve hills. He built nearly a thousand glorious new structures - bridges, buildings, monuments, and aqueducts. As we marveled at the remnants of Augustus's grand designs, our guide exclaimed with pride that this era marked the pinnacle of Rome's greatness.
What came next?' I asked.
After an awkward silence, the guide said, 'Slow ruin. #Quote by Robert K. Cooper
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#205. To paraphrase Einstein, insanity is expecting employees to do one thing while rewarding them for doing something else. #Quote by Robert G. Thompson
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#206. This puzzling discrepancy prompted the development of the controversial cosmological theory known as the Strong Misanthropic Principle, which asserts that the universe exists in order to screw with us. #Quote by Robert Kroese
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#207. You can put a dog in a scene and everyone's going to be better, I guarantee it. And if they're not better, just shoot the dog. #Quote by Robert Pattinson
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#208. Those who yearn for the end of capitalism should pray for government by men who believe that all positive action is inimical to what they call thoughtfully the fundamental principles of free enterprise. #Quote by John Kenneth Galbraith
Robert Galbraith quotes by Robert Jordan
#209. It left a feeling of something not done. #Quote by Robert Jordan
Robert Galbraith quotes by Garry Robert McDougall
#210. Freedom is meaning earned
accepting and giving of yourself,
peddling,
peddling
climbing up hills
to peak without pique
vast vista before you
exciting, frightening,
hopes on every horizon
knowing,
on reflection,
where next to go,
what next to do
with others. #Quote by Garry Robert McDougall
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#211. A Modern Prayer
Dear God, help me to slow down notrushpasteverythingthatisimportanttodayamen.
Robert Holden #Quote by Robert Holden
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#212. August is dust here. Drought
stuns the road,
but juice gathers in the berries. #Quote by Robert Hass
Robert Galbraith quotes by Robert Musil
#213. The fact was that belief in them had to be there before they themselves could be there; if one did not look at the world with the world's eyes, the world already in one's own gaze, it fell apart into meaningless details that live as sadly far apart from each other as the stars in the night-sky. #Quote by Robert Musil
Robert Galbraith quotes by Robert Sabbag
#214. Most people don't know what they're blowing anyway -- they know what they've been buying. You offer them pure and they won't meet your price -- they say it's shit because it doesn't look like what they're used to. So you hit it with some borax and they pay your price. But that takes time. After you unload most of it at an honest price, then you can fuck around with what's left for the sucker trade. #Quote by Robert Sabbag
Robert Galbraith quotes by Robert Webb
#215. I snootily say I can't take too many dramatic parts, as it's taking work from actors who aren't funny. #Quote by Robert Webb
Robert Galbraith quotes by Robert A. Heinlein
#216. Grok' means to understand so thoroughly that the observer becomes a part of the process being observed - to merge, to blend, to intermarry, to lose personal identity in group experience. #Quote by Robert A. Heinlein
Robert Galbraith quotes by Robert E. Fisher
#217. When we are offended in our relationship our feelings generally move through 4 stages: hurt anger revenge destructive action psychosomic symptoms depression. One of the best ways to neutralize the cycle is to force ourselves back to the source of hurt and deal with the problem at that level. #Quote by Robert E. Fisher
Robert Galbraith quotes by Robert Frost
#218. Nothing can make injustice just but mercy. #Quote by Robert Frost
Robert Galbraith quotes by Robert Benchley
#219. The wise man thinks once before he speaks twice. #Quote by Robert Benchley
Robert Galbraith quotes by Robert South
#220. Guilt upon the conscience, like rust upon iron, both defiles and consumes it, gnawing and creeping into it, as that does which at last eats out the very heart and substance of the metal. #Quote by Robert South
Robert Galbraith quotes by Robert Greene
#221. If you're consumed only with the big dream, you're going to die because you won't be able to feed yourself or you're going to be losing your job, so you'll just be sitting in your room dreaming, but if you're only holding onto the crap jobs that keep you just above of the water you're going to be unhappy. You're going to be burnt out, washed out. #Quote by Robert Greene
Robert Galbraith quotes by Robert Graves
#222. This is a story of what I was, not what I am. #Quote by Robert Graves
Robert Galbraith quotes by Robert E. Howard
#223. When you allow the elevation of a man, one can be sure that you'll profit by his advancement. #Quote by Robert E. Howard
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#224. The financial education taught in schools is funded and taught by the big banks and corporations. It's like having the cat train the mice. #Quote by Robert Kiyosaki
Robert Galbraith quotes by Robert Browning
#225. No thought which ever stirred
A human breast should be untold. #Quote by Robert Browning

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