13 Quotes from The Murder on the Links book by Agatha Christie

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Hello friends. This post is a collection of quotes from the book - The Murder on the Links by Agtha Christie.

In The Murder on the Links, Poirot relies upon his famous "little grey cells" to cut through the confusion and untangle a story of blackmail, forbidden love, and a long-buried secret.

Quotes

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 till night, smokes like a chimney, and uses language which would make a Billingsgate fishwoman blush! - Arthur Hastings, Murder on the Links, Chapter 1

The true work, it is done from within. The little grey cells - remember always the little grey cells, mon ami! - Hercule Poirot, Murder on the Links, Chapter 2

Mon ami, a clue of two feet long is every bit as valuable as one measuring two millimeters! But it is the romantic idea that all important clues must be infinitesimal. - Hercule Poirot, Murder on the Links, Chapter 7

A man tells to his mistress what he does not always tell to his wife. - Murder on the Links, Chapter 7

Some of the greatest criminals I have known had the faces of angels. A malformation of the grey cells may coincide quite easily with the face of a Madonna. - Hercule Poirot, Murder on the Links, Chapter 7

The heart of a woman who loves will forgive many blows. - Hercule Poirot, Murder on the Links, Chapter 8

Man is an unoriginal animal. Unoriginal within the law in his daily respectable life, equally unoriginal outside the law. If a man commits a crime, any other crime he commits will resemble it closely. - Hercule Poirot, Murder on the Links, Chapter 9

It is impossible. I cannot be wrong! The facts, taken methodically, and in their proper order, admit of only one explanation. I must be right! I am right! - Hercule Poirot, Murder on the Links, Chapter 15

My friend, in working upon a case, one does not take into account only the things that are "mentioned". There is no reason to mention many things which may be important. Equally, there is often an excellent reason for not mentioning them. You can take your choice of the two motives. - Hercule Poirot, Murder on the Links, Chapter 15

I have seen mothers who murdered their little children for the sake of the insurance money! After that, one can believe anything. - Hercule Poirot, Murder on the Links, Chapter 18

For whom will a woman lie? Sometimes for herself, usually for the man she loves, always for her children. - Murder on the Links, Chapter 19

Think, my friend. Arrange your ideas. Be methodical. Be orderly. There is the secret of success. - Hercule Poirot, Murder on the Links, Chapter 19

Go to her as a boy no longer, but a man - a man bowed by the fate of the Past, and the fate of Today, but looking forward to a new and wonderful life. Ask her to share it with you. You may not realize it, but your love for each other has been tested in the fire and not found wanting. You have both been willing to lay down your lives for each other. - Hercule Poirot, Murder on the Links, Chapter 28