The Adventure of the Empty House – Part 6


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Put the sentences of the story in the correct order.
Put the sentences of the story in the correct order.
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Apparently, therefore, it was the young man himself who had fastened the door.

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t who could with a revolver inflict so deadly a wound. Again, Park Lane is a frequented thoroughfare; there is a cab stand within a hundred yards of the house. No one had heard a shot. And yet there was the dead man, and there the revolver bullet, which had mushroomed out, as soft-nosed bullets will, and so inflicted a wound which must have caused instantaneous death.

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Suppose a man had fired through the window, he would indeed be a remarkable shot who could with a revolver inflict so deadly a wound.

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A minute examination of the circumstances served only to make the case more complex.

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There was the possibility that the murderer had done this, and had afterwards escaped by the window.

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Again, Park Lane is a frequented thoroughfare; there is a cab stand within a hundred yards of the house.

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Neither the flowers nor the earth showed any sign of having been disturbed, nor were there any marks upon the narrow strip of grass which separated the house from the road.

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No one had heard a shot.

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In the first place, no reason could be given why the young man should have fastened the door upon the inside.

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The drop was at least twenty feet, however, and a bed of crocuses in full bloom lay beneath.

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Such were the circumstances of the Park Lane Mystery, which were further complicated by entire absence of motive, since, as I have said, young Adair was not known to have any enemy, and no attempt had been made to remove the money or valuables in the room.

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No one could have climbed up to the window without leaving traces.

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But how did he come by his death?

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Apparently, therefore, it was the young man himself who had fastened the door.

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t who could with a revolver inflict so deadly a wound. Again, Park Lane is a frequented thoroughfare; there is a cab stand within a hundred yards of the house. No one had heard a shot. And yet there was the dead man, and there the revolver bullet, which had mushroomed out, as soft-nosed bullets will, and so inflicted a wound which must have caused instantaneous death.

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Suppose a man had fired through the window, he would indeed be a remarkable shot who could with a revolver inflict so deadly a wound.

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A minute examination of the circumstances served only to make the case more complex.

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There was the possibility that the murderer had done this, and had afterwards escaped by the window.

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Again, Park Lane is a frequented thoroughfare; there is a cab stand within a hundred yards of the house.

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Neither the flowers nor the earth showed any sign of having been disturbed, nor were there any marks upon the narrow strip of grass which separated the house from the road.

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No one had heard a shot.

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In the first place, no reason could be given why the young man should have fastened the door upon the inside.

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The drop was at least twenty feet, however, and a bed of crocuses in full bloom lay beneath.

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Such were the circumstances of the Park Lane Mystery, which were further complicated by entire absence of motive, since, as I have said, young Adair was not known to have any enemy, and no attempt had been made to remove the money or valuables in the room.

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No one could have climbed up to the window without leaving traces.

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But how did he come by his death?

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Apparently, therefore, it was the young man himself who had fastened the door.

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t who could with a revolver inflict so deadly a wound. Again, Park Lane is a frequented thoroughfare; there is a cab stand within a hundred yards of the house. No one had heard a shot. And yet there was the dead man, and there the revolver bullet, which had mushroomed out, as soft-nosed bullets will, and so inflicted a wound which must have caused instantaneous death.

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Suppose a man had fired through the window, he would indeed be a remarkable shot who could with a revolver inflict so deadly a wound.

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A minute examination of the circumstances served only to make the case more complex.

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There was the possibility that the murderer had done this, and had afterwards escaped by the window.

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Again, Park Lane is a frequented thoroughfare; there is a cab stand within a hundred yards of the house.

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Neither the flowers nor the earth showed any sign of having been disturbed, nor were there any marks upon the narrow strip of grass which separated the house from the road.

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No one had heard a shot.

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In the first place, no reason could be given why the young man should have fastened the door upon the inside.

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The drop was at least twenty feet, however, and a bed of crocuses in full bloom lay beneath.

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Such were the circumstances of the Park Lane Mystery, which were further complicated by entire absence of motive, since, as I have said, young Adair was not known to have any enemy, and no attempt had been made to remove the money or valuables in the room.

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No one could have climbed up to the window without leaving traces.

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But how did he come by his death?

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Apparently, therefore, it was the young man himself who had fastened the door.

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t who could with a revolver inflict so deadly a wound. Again, Park Lane is a frequented thoroughfare; there is a cab stand within a hundred yards of the house. No one had heard a shot. And yet there was the dead man, and there the revolver bullet, which had mushroomed out, as soft-nosed bullets will, and so inflicted a wound which must have caused instantaneous death.

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Suppose a man had fired through the window, he would indeed be a remarkable shot who could with a revolver inflict so deadly a wound.

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A minute examination of the circumstances served only to make the case more complex.

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There was the possibility that the murderer had done this, and had afterwards escaped by the window.

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Again, Park Lane is a frequented thoroughfare; there is a cab stand within a hundred yards of the house.

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Neither the flowers nor the earth showed any sign of having been disturbed, nor were there any marks upon the narrow strip of grass which separated the house from the road.

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No one had heard a shot.

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In the first place, no reason could be given why the young man should have fastened the door upon the inside.

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The drop was at least twenty feet, however, and a bed of crocuses in full bloom lay beneath.

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Such were the circumstances of the Park Lane Mystery, which were further complicated by entire absence of motive, since, as I have said, young Adair was not known to have any enemy, and no attempt had been made to remove the money or valuables in the room.

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No one could have climbed up to the window without leaving traces.

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But how did he come by his death?

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Apparently, therefore, it was the young man himself who had fastened the door.

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t who could with a revolver inflict so deadly a wound. Again, Park Lane is a frequented thoroughfare; there is a cab stand within a hundred yards of the house. No one had heard a shot. And yet there was the dead man, and there the revolver bullet, which had mushroomed out, as soft-nosed bullets will, and so inflicted a wound which must have caused instantaneous death.

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Suppose a man had fired through the window, he would indeed be a remarkable shot who could with a revolver inflict so deadly a wound.

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A minute examination of the circumstances served only to make the case more complex.

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There was the possibility that the murderer had done this, and had afterwards escaped by the window.

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Again, Park Lane is a frequented thoroughfare; there is a cab stand within a hundred yards of the house.

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Neither the flowers nor the earth showed any sign of having been disturbed, nor were there any marks upon the narrow strip of grass which separated the house from the road.

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No one had heard a shot.

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In the first place, no reason could be given why the young man should have fastened the door upon the inside.

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The drop was at least twenty feet, however, and a bed of crocuses in full bloom lay beneath.

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Such were the circumstances of the Park Lane Mystery, which were further complicated by entire absence of motive, since, as I have said, young Adair was not known to have any enemy, and no attempt had been made to remove the money or valuables in the room.

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No one could have climbed up to the window without leaving traces.

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But how did he come by his death?

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Apparently, therefore, it was the young man himself who had fastened the door.

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t who could with a revolver inflict so deadly a wound. Again, Park Lane is a frequented thoroughfare; there is a cab stand within a hundred yards of the house. No one had heard a shot. And yet there was the dead man, and there the revolver bullet, which had mushroomed out, as soft-nosed bullets will, and so inflicted a wound which must have caused instantaneous death.

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Suppose a man had fired through the window, he would indeed be a remarkable shot who could with a revolver inflict so deadly a wound.

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A minute examination of the circumstances served only to make the case more complex.

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There was the possibility that the murderer had done this, and had afterwards escaped by the window.

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Again, Park Lane is a frequented thoroughfare; there is a cab stand within a hundred yards of the house.

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Neither the flowers nor the earth showed any sign of having been disturbed, nor were there any marks upon the narrow strip of grass which separated the house from the road.

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No one had heard a shot.

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In the first place, no reason could be given why the young man should have fastened the door upon the inside.

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The drop was at least twenty feet, however, and a bed of crocuses in full bloom lay beneath.

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Such were the circumstances of the Park Lane Mystery, which were further complicated by entire absence of motive, since, as I have said, young Adair was not known to have any enemy, and no attempt had been made to remove the money or valuables in the room.

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No one could have climbed up to the window without leaving traces.

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But how did he come by his death?

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Apparently, therefore, it was the young man himself who had fastened the door.

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t who could with a revolver inflict so deadly a wound. Again, Park Lane is a frequented thoroughfare; there is a cab stand within a hundred yards of the house. No one had heard a shot. And yet there was the dead man, and there the revolver bullet, which had mushroomed out, as soft-nosed bullets will, and so inflicted a wound which must have caused instantaneous death.

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Suppose a man had fired through the window, he would indeed be a remarkable shot who could with a revolver inflict so deadly a wound.

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A minute examination of the circumstances served only to make the case more complex.

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There was the possibility that the murderer had done this, and had afterwards escaped by the window.

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Again, Park Lane is a frequented thoroughfare; there is a cab stand within a hundred yards of the house.

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Neither the flowers nor the earth showed any sign of having been disturbed, nor were there any marks upon the narrow strip of grass which separated the house from the road.

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No one had heard a shot.

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In the first place, no reason could be given why the young man should have fastened the door upon the inside.

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The drop was at least twenty feet, however, and a bed of crocuses in full bloom lay beneath.

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Such were the circumstances of the Park Lane Mystery, which were further complicated by entire absence of motive, since, as I have said, young Adair was not known to have any enemy, and no attempt had been made to remove the money or valuables in the room.

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No one could have climbed up to the window without leaving traces.

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But how did he come by his death?

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Apparently, therefore, it was the young man himself who had fastened the door.

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t who could with a revolver inflict so deadly a wound. Again, Park Lane is a frequented thoroughfare; there is a cab stand within a hundred yards of the house. No one had heard a shot. And yet there was the dead man, and there the revolver bullet, which had mushroomed out, as soft-nosed bullets will, and so inflicted a wound which must have caused instantaneous death.

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Suppose a man had fired through the window, he would indeed be a remarkable shot who could with a revolver inflict so deadly a wound.

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A minute examination of the circumstances served only to make the case more complex.

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There was the possibility that the murderer had done this, and had afterwards escaped by the window.

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Again, Park Lane is a frequented thoroughfare; there is a cab stand within a hundred yards of the house.

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Neither the flowers nor the earth showed any sign of having been disturbed, nor were there any marks upon the narrow strip of grass which separated the house from the road.

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No one had heard a shot.

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In the first place, no reason could be given why the young man should have fastened the door upon the inside.

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The drop was at least twenty feet, however, and a bed of crocuses in full bloom lay beneath.

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Such were the circumstances of the Park Lane Mystery, which were further complicated by entire absence of motive, since, as I have said, young Adair was not known to have any enemy, and no attempt had been made to remove the money or valuables in the room.

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No one could have climbed up to the window without leaving traces.

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But how did he come by his death?

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Apparently, therefore, it was the young man himself who had fastened the door.

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t who could with a revolver inflict so deadly a wound. Again, Park Lane is a frequented thoroughfare; there is a cab stand within a hundred yards of the house. No one had heard a shot. And yet there was the dead man, and there the revolver bullet, which had mushroomed out, as soft-nosed bullets will, and so inflicted a wound which must have caused instantaneous death.

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Suppose a man had fired through the window, he would indeed be a remarkable shot who could with a revolver inflict so deadly a wound.

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A minute examination of the circumstances served only to make the case more complex.

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There was the possibility that the murderer had done this, and had afterwards escaped by the window.

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Again, Park Lane is a frequented thoroughfare; there is a cab stand within a hundred yards of the house.

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Neither the flowers nor the earth showed any sign of having been disturbed, nor were there any marks upon the narrow strip of grass which separated the house from the road.

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No one had heard a shot.

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In the first place, no reason could be given why the young man should have fastened the door upon the inside.

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The drop was at least twenty feet, however, and a bed of crocuses in full bloom lay beneath.

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Such were the circumstances of the Park Lane Mystery, which were further complicated by entire absence of motive, since, as I have said, young Adair was not known to have any enemy, and no attempt had been made to remove the money or valuables in the room.

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No one could have climbed up to the window without leaving traces.

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But how did he come by his death?

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Apparently, therefore, it was the young man himself who had fastened the door.

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t who could with a revolver inflict so deadly a wound. Again, Park Lane is a frequented thoroughfare; there is a cab stand within a hundred yards of the house. No one had heard a shot. And yet there was the dead man, and there the revolver bullet, which had mushroomed out, as soft-nosed bullets will, and so inflicted a wound which must have caused instantaneous death.

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Suppose a man had fired through the window, he would indeed be a remarkable shot who could with a revolver inflict so deadly a wound.

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A minute examination of the circumstances served only to make the case more complex.

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There was the possibility that the murderer had done this, and had afterwards escaped by the window.

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Again, Park Lane is a frequented thoroughfare; there is a cab stand within a hundred yards of the house.

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Neither the flowers nor the earth showed any sign of having been disturbed, nor were there any marks upon the narrow strip of grass which separated the house from the road.

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No one had heard a shot.

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In the first place, no reason could be given why the young man should have fastened the door upon the inside.

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The drop was at least twenty feet, however, and a bed of crocuses in full bloom lay beneath.

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Such were the circumstances of the Park Lane Mystery, which were further complicated by entire absence of motive, since, as I have said, young Adair was not known to have any enemy, and no attempt had been made to remove the money or valuables in the room.

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No one could have climbed up to the window without leaving traces.

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But how did he come by his death?

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Apparently, therefore, it was the young man himself who had fastened the door.

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t who could with a revolver inflict so deadly a wound. Again, Park Lane is a frequented thoroughfare; there is a cab stand within a hundred yards of the house. No one had heard a shot. And yet there was the dead man, and there the revolver bullet, which had mushroomed out, as soft-nosed bullets will, and so inflicted a wound which must have caused instantaneous death.

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Suppose a man had fired through the window, he would indeed be a remarkable shot who could with a revolver inflict so deadly a wound.

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A minute examination of the circumstances served only to make the case more complex.

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There was the possibility that the murderer had done this, and had afterwards escaped by the window.

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Again, Park Lane is a frequented thoroughfare; there is a cab stand within a hundred yards of the house.

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Neither the flowers nor the earth showed any sign of having been disturbed, nor were there any marks upon the narrow strip of grass which separated the house from the road.

Unselect

No one had heard a shot.

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In the first place, no reason could be given why the young man should have fastened the door upon the inside.

Unselect

The drop was at least twenty feet, however, and a bed of crocuses in full bloom lay beneath.

Unselect

Such were the circumstances of the Park Lane Mystery, which were further complicated by entire absence of motive, since, as I have said, young Adair was not known to have any enemy, and no attempt had been made to remove the money or valuables in the room.

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No one could have climbed up to the window without leaving traces.

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But how did he come by his death?

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Apparently, therefore, it was the young man himself who had fastened the door.

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t who could with a revolver inflict so deadly a wound. Again, Park Lane is a frequented thoroughfare; there is a cab stand within a hundred yards of the house. No one had heard a shot. And yet there was the dead man, and there the revolver bullet, which had mushroomed out, as soft-nosed bullets will, and so inflicted a wound which must have caused instantaneous death.

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Suppose a man had fired through the window, he would indeed be a remarkable shot who could with a revolver inflict so deadly a wound.

Unselect

A minute examination of the circumstances served only to make the case more complex.

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There was the possibility that the murderer had done this, and had afterwards escaped by the window.

Unselect

Again, Park Lane is a frequented thoroughfare; there is a cab stand within a hundred yards of the house.

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Neither the flowers nor the earth showed any sign of having been disturbed, nor were there any marks upon the narrow strip of grass which separated the house from the road.

Unselect

No one had heard a shot.

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In the first place, no reason could be given why the young man should have fastened the door upon the inside.

Unselect

The drop was at least twenty feet, however, and a bed of crocuses in full bloom lay beneath.

Unselect

Such were the circumstances of the Park Lane Mystery, which were further complicated by entire absence of motive, since, as I have said, young Adair was not known to have any enemy, and no attempt had been made to remove the money or valuables in the room.

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No one could have climbed up to the window without leaving traces.

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But how did he come by his death?

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Apparently, therefore, it was the young man himself who had fastened the door.

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t who could with a revolver inflict so deadly a wound. Again, Park Lane is a frequented thoroughfare; there is a cab stand within a hundred yards of the house. No one had heard a shot. And yet there was the dead man, and there the revolver bullet, which had mushroomed out, as soft-nosed bullets will, and so inflicted a wound which must have caused instantaneous death.

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Suppose a man had fired through the window, he would indeed be a remarkable shot who could with a revolver inflict so deadly a wound.

Unselect

A minute examination of the circumstances served only to make the case more complex.

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There was the possibility that the murderer had done this, and had afterwards escaped by the window.

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Again, Park Lane is a frequented thoroughfare; there is a cab stand within a hundred yards of the house.

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Neither the flowers nor the earth showed any sign of having been disturbed, nor were there any marks upon the narrow strip of grass which separated the house from the road.

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No one had heard a shot.

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In the first place, no reason could be given why the young man should have fastened the door upon the inside.

Unselect

The drop was at least twenty feet, however, and a bed of crocuses in full bloom lay beneath.

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Such were the circumstances of the Park Lane Mystery, which were further complicated by entire absence of motive, since, as I have said, young Adair was not known to have any enemy, and no attempt had been made to remove the money or valuables in the room.

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No one could have climbed up to the window without leaving traces.

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But how did he come by his death?

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