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Chocolate1 - Chocolate by Frederick Stroppel DETECTIVE. Mrs...

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Chocolate by Frederick Stroppel DETECTIVE. Mrs Colby, we have reason to suspect that the circumstances here are a little more serious than that. MRS. COLBY. Well, I should hope so. DETECTIVE. We’ve spoken to your neighbors, and they reported that there was some kind of disturbance here at the house the night that your husband disappeared. MRS. COLBY. Really? Here? How funny! DETECTIVE. Yes, they said there was a lot of shouting and arguing… profane language. Strange animal noises. MRS. COLBY. Animal noises? That’s so interesting! Would you like some apple juice, Detective? DETECTIVE. No, thank you. Now, did you and your husband have any sort of disagreement that evening? MRS. COLBY. Lordy, no! My husband and I were always in perfect concordance. Our evenings were invariably spent in sedate, placid self-satisfaction. DETECTIVE. There was no shouting? MRS. COLBY. Oh, the shouting – I can explain that. Clive is getting a little hard of hearing, and I may have raised my voice a tad asking him what kind of topping he wanted on his ice cream
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