Murder on the Orient Express
And then, suddenly, after a quarter of an hour's complete immobility, his eyebrows began to move slowly up his forehead. A little sigh escaped him. He murmured beneath his breath:
"But, after all, why not? And if so – why, if so that would explain everything."
His eyes opened. They were green like a cat's. He said softly:
"Eh bien. I have thought. And you?"
Lost in their reflections, both men started violently. (3.3.11-15)
Her voice rang out passionately. She was a true daughter of that mother, the emotional force of whose acting had moved huge audiences to tears. (3.4.35)
"To play the part she played – the perfectly natural, slight ridiculous American fond mother – an artist was needed. But there was an artist connected with the Armstrong family – Mrs. Armstrong's mother – Linda Arden, the actress…" (3.9.71)