Murder on the Orient Express
"We're going to take for a ride, Ratchett. Some time soon. We're going to GET you, see?" (1.6.85)
"How many wounds are there exactly?"
"I make it twelve. One or two are so light as to be practically scratches. On the other hand, at least three would be capable of causing death." (1.7.19-20)
"The question we have now to ask ourselves is this," he said. "Is this murder the work of some rival gang whom Cassetti had double-crossed in the past, or is it an act of private vengeance?" (1.18.20)