Leslie Meier Quotes.

1. "Maybe he was just a crazy guy who liked funerals. Phyllis was applying polish topcoat with all the care of Michelangelo painting the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. Nobody goes to funerals for fun, said Lucy,"
- Leslie Meier, Bake Sale Murder

2. "Today she’d encased her ample frame in aqua pedal pushers and a bold floral print shirt topped with a string of beads that could have inspired a mother hen to sit a while. What’s"
- Leslie Meier, Bake Sale Murder

3. "It’s only natural, said Phyllis. Lord Grantham certainly wasn’t very excited about Matthew’s newfangled ideas for the estate."
- Leslie Meier, Candy Corn Murder

4. "It was the eternal conundrum. Time passed too slowly, and then it was over too quickly. Hurry up and die."
- Leslie Meier, Father's Day Murder

5. "As she dressed that night, Lucy remembered Catherine’s words: If it’s true, it isn’t libel."
- Leslie Meier, Father's Day Murder

6. "I’ve been to livelier funerals, grumbled Herb."
- Leslie Meier, Father's Day Murder

7. "In fact, she realized when they finally found their table and sat down, every single woman at the banquet was dressed in some variation of back. Black silk, black chiffon, black with beads, black with rhinestones, short black cocktail dresses, black evening dresses, and even black pantsuits. All black. There was no way she was going to get lost in this crowd, not in her pink-and-orange poppy print"
- Leslie Meier, Father's Day Murder

8. "The lights were turned off and the film began to roll. It was eerie, thought Lucy, watching the images of Luther Read flicking across the screen. Maybe he was dead or maybe he was fighting for his life, but in the darkened room he was an enormous, living presence. Then the film ended. The final image of Luther Read’s smiling face had hardly faded when the announcement came. Luther Read, our Newspaperman of the Year, is dead. That was incredible enough, but an even more shocking announcement followed. Remain in your seats, please, as the police will be collecting information from everyone."
- Leslie Meier, Father's Day Murder

9. "It’s a small-town rule: Never speak ill of the dead until the estate has paid the outstanding bills."
- Leslie Meier, Father's Day Murder

10. "Lucy had no complaints about her dinner. Anything was fine with her as long as she didn’t have to cook it."
- Leslie Meier, Father's Day Murder

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