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The Grouse Moor Mystery (1934)

by John Alexander Ferguson

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MacNab, standing there looking at the house which had been the scene of the crime, could have kicked himself as he recalled how very nearly he had betrayed into following exclusively the clue of motive in the case of Mr. Bray. Bray had as strong a motive for the murder of Brent as had moved Charlotte Corday to murder Marat. Indeed, of the two his motive was the stronger, for while the woman acted in the interests of a political party, Bray could have acted in the interests of a woman' soul. He certainly hated Brent as much as the French woman hated Marat. If the one acted and the other did not, it was not motive but character that in each case decided the issue.
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