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Agatha Christie Quote: “There is at Christmas time a great deal of hypocrisy, honourable hypocrisy, hypocrisy undertaken pour le bon motif, c’est entendu, but nevertheless hypocrisy!”
Agatha Christie Quote: “No, my friend, I am not drunk. I have just been to the dentist, and need not return for another six months! Is it not the most beautiful thought? – Poirot.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “One is alone when the last one who remembers is gone.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “It is ridiculous to set a detective story in New York City. New York City is itself a detective story.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Courage is the resolution to face the unforeseen.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “What a newspaper prints is news – but not always truth!”
Agatha Christie Quote: “It is completely unimportant. That is why it is so interesting.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Use your eyes. Use your ears. Use your brains – if you’ve got any. And, if necessary – act.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “I’m going to marry him. And if he thinks he can get divorced and married every two or three years in the approved Hollywood fashion, well, he never made a bigger mistake in his life. He’s going to marry and stick to me.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Los viejos pecados tienen largas sombras.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “There is nothing more thrilling in this world, I think, than having a child that is yours, and yet is mysteriously a stranger.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Wherever there is human nature, there is drama.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “We all have the little grey cells. And so few of us know how to use them.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “There is a proverb my grandmother used to repeat: Old sins have long shadows.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Words are such uncertain things, they so often sound well but mean the opposite of what one thinks they do.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “I suppose without curiosity a man would be a tortoise. Very comfortable life, a tortoise has.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “The urge to write one’s autobiography, so I have been told, overtakes everyone sooner or later.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Many homicidal lunatics are very quiet, unassuming people. Delightful fellows.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “I think people more often kill those they love, than those they hate. Possibly because only the people you love can really make life unendurable to you.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “It is odd how, when you have a secret belief of your own which you do not wish to acknowledge, the voicing of it by someone else will rouse you to a fury of denial.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “I suppose it is because nearly all children go to school nowadays and have things arranged for them that they seem so forlornly unable to produce their own ideas.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “That is the worst of Poirot. Order and Method are his gods. He goes so far as to attribute all his success to them.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “And how do you know that these fine begonias are not of equal importance?”
Agatha Christie Quote: “The rain was pouring down again. The wind came in fitful gusts. The depressing sound of the pattering rain nearly drove them mad. By.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Doctors can do almost anything nowadays, can’t they, unless they kill you while they’re trying to cure you.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “I will not look through keyholes,” I interrupted hotly. Poirot closed his eyes. “Very well, then. You will not look through keyholes. You will remain the English gentleman and someone will be killed.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Hercule Poirot addressed himself to the task of keeping his moustaches out of the soup.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “One man in a thousand can see the moons of Jupiter. Because the other nine hundred and ninety-nine can’t see them there’s no reason to doubt that the moons of Jupiter exist, and certainly no reason for calling the thousandth man a lunatic.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Now, as I expect you know, there is nothing more cruel than talk, and there is nothing more difficult to combat. When people say things behind your back there is nothing you can refute or deny, and the rumours go on growing and growing, and no one can stop them.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “If you disperse energy in speech, it doesn’t leave you too much over for action.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Oude zonden hebben lange schaduwen.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “So many things are difficult,” said Miss Marple. It was a useful phrase which she used often.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “There is something about conscious tact that is very irritating.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “In the second place the seat next to the driving seat was encumbered by several maps, a handbag, three novels, and a large bag of apples. Mrs. Oliver was partial to apples and has indeed been known to eat as many as five pounds straight off while composing the complicated plot of The Death in the Drain Pipe, coming to herself with a start and an incipient stomach-ache an hour and ten minutes after she was due at an important luncheon party given in her honor.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Young men are sadly degenerate nowadays.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Look at the moon up there. You see her very plainly, don’t you? She’s very real. But if the sun were to shine you wouldn’t be able to see her at all. It was rather like that. I was the moon... When the sun came out, Simon couldn’t see me anymore... He was dazzled. He couldn’t see anything but the sun – Linnet.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “I mean that if you are not absolutely sure of a thing, it is so difficult to commit yourself to a definite course of action.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “And suddenly one of those moments of intense happiness came to her – a sense of the loveliness of the world – of her own intense enjoyment of that world.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “The little grey cells, my friend, the little grey cells! They told me.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “The hearse is at the door, sir.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Be sure thy sin will find thee out.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Women observe subconsciously a thousand little details, without knowing they are doing so. Their subconscious mind adds these little things together – and they call the result intuition.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “In my experience, people who go about looking for trouble usually find it.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “As life goes on it becomes tiring to keep up the character you invented for yourself, and so you relapse into individuality and become more like yourself everyday.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Watch and pray,” he said. “Watch and pray. The day of judgment is at hand.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “But I know human nature, my friend, and I tell you that, suddenly confronted with the possibility of being tried for murder, the most innocent person will lose his head and do the most absurd things.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Now I am old-fashioned. A woman, I consider, should be womanly. I have no patience with the modern neurotic girl who jazzes from morning to night, smokes like a chimney, and uses language which would make a billingsgate fishwoman blush!”
Agatha Christie Quote: “There is no question of defence. I have always acted in accordance with the dictates of my conscience. I have nothing with which to reproach myself.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “One of the saddest things in life, is the things one remembers.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “But when a man is really in love he can’t help looking like a sheep. Now whenever that young man looked he looked like a sheep I take back all is this morning. It is genuine.”
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