The Fourth Man, Agatha Christie
Agatha Christie

The Fourth Man

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Previously published in the print anthology The Witness for the Prosecution and Other Stories.
A cleric, a lawyer, and a psychiatrist find themselves together on a train bound for Newcastle. There is a fourth man in the compartment, who apparently pays no attention to his companions' animated conversation. But do they have something to learn from this stranger?
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Margaux Roffini
Margaux Roffinihas quoted4 years ago
Canon Parfitt panted a little
Enzo Jarry
Enzo Jarryhas quoted4 years ago
He sank into the corner of the first-class carriage with a sigh of relief. The warmth of the heated carriage was most agreeable to him. Outside the snow was falling. Lucky to get a corner seat on a long night journey. Miserable business if you didn’t. There ought to be a sleeper on this train.
The other three corners were already occupied, and noting this fact Canon Parfitt became aware that the man in the far corner was smiling at him in gentle recognition. He was a clean-shaven man with a quizzical face and hair just turning grey on the temples. His profession was so clearly the law that no one could have mistaken him for anything else for a moment. Sir George Durand was, indeed, a very famous lawyer.
“Well, Parfitt,” he remarked genially
Théo Guyomard
Théo Guyomardhas quoted4 years ago
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