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The Cinderella Murder (Under Suspicion, #2) The Cinderella Murder by Mary Higgins Clark
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“Never judge a book by its cover, especially when the book is a person, was the lesson.”
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“better to ask for forgiveness than permission.”
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“one person’s idea of live-and-let-live is another person’s definition of betrayal,”
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“trasladado a la costa Oeste. La interiorista encargada de que el piso de Alex fuera decorado con gusto le había aconsejado que contratara a Ramón cuando vio que Alex pasaba tanto tiempo en el trabajo que a menudo tenía que comprarse camisetas nuevas porque se le amontonaba la colada. El piso de Alex en Beekman Place, con vistas al East River, tenía seis estancias, más las dependencias del servicio; demasiadas para un soltero. Pero disponía de espacio suficiente para un salón en el que reunir a sus amigos, para un despacho, para Ramón y para el hermano menor de Alex, Andrew, un abogado mercantil de Washington capital que lo visitaba con frecuencia. En”
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“key in the other direction and pushed the door open. It parted a few”
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“I was at his house.”
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“and whispered, “Are you okay? We can take a break.” She shook her head. “No, I’m okay. Please, Detective”
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“The key to success is the plan your work and work your plan.”
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“just as you’re looking into her daughter’s murder?”
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“asked? That letter you mailed seemed pretty”
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“It had always been like this, even when she was a child. And now, fifty-five years old, happily married for thirty-two years, with one child, beautiful and gifted nineteen-year-old Susan, Rosemary could not be anything but a constant worrier, a living Cassandra. Something is going to go wrong.”
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