Claire McIntyre tried to ignore the murders—the headlines of women stabbed to death, the city’s mounting fear. She tried to forget, too, the painful past she’d left behind in Massachusetts…and concentrate on her entrancing new life with Marc Bonnard. He was a man of wealth and sophistication,... read more
“And ten, my dear Mademoiselle MacIntyre, I will do my best to save your life.”Mme. Langlois
“Did you know you’re a lot happier when Marc isn’t around?”Nicole
“What is this?” she gulped through her tears. “The road company for La Boheme?”Claire
“(Claire) “You’re a swine, Parkhurst. I think if I’m going to do penance I have to do it on my own.” (Thomas) “Suit yourself. I’ll come visit you in the convent.”
“(Hubert) “When you start killing for pleasure you run into trouble. Things are bound to catch up with you.” (Rocco) “We all have to have some sort of hobby, Hubert.”
“He wasn’t a dancer, a clarinetist, a playwright, or a painter. He couldn’t even run a vineyard. He had seven more weeks left, but he already suspected he knew the answer to his quest. He was a damned, dull, boring stockbroker. His creative gifts lay in making money, whether he liked it or not.”Thomas Jefferson Parkhurst
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