He hadn’t apologized. Why should he? He hadn’t done anything wrong. He couldn’t do anything wrong. Ever. But I was upset, for whatever reason, and he liked me, and so he would mollify me. He was a generous man. (pg. 8, Escapade by Walter Satterthwait)
This is a description of Houdini and it just struck me as really fitting, as least for Houdini as the character in this mystery. Whether or not he was like that in real life, I have no idea.
This book hasn’t really grabbed me yet, but I’m only on page 52. So far, there’s been no murder and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle hasn’t shown up yet.
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