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It seems you share my love of all that is bizarre. You recovered the Samoan necklace, well done!
You would make a highly efficient criminal.
Your morals don't improve!
The beautiful, faithful nature of dogs!
With your usual happy mixture of cunning and audacity, you recovered all that was stolen!
See the value of imagination!
You have never failed to play the game!
I was sure that I might rely on you. You found all the items from my past adventures.
The Press is a most valuable institution – if you only know how to use it!
You have a turn for both observation and deduction!
You handled that with less than your usual – that is to say, you handled it well. You found the key!
Your nerves are fairly proof!
There are always some lunatics about. It would be a dull world without them.
The one fixed point in a changing age.
I never get your limits... there are unexplored possibilities about you.
There are in you the makings of a very fine loafer.
Moonshine is a brighter thing than fog, but this is a pea-souper! You asked for Help a great deal.
It was the bisulphate of baryta!
A trusty comrade is always of use. Well done. And yet one got away...
I have a great deal of respect for your judgement. You opened the safe room!
I would have made an actor – and a rare one. You deduced my disguise.
An isolated phenomenon? A brain without a heart? I trust that you did not judge me so quickly!
I can see that you are a force to be reckoned with.
To a great mind, nothing is little. You completed the first deduction board.
Genius is an infinite capacity for taking pains. Bravo!
With all respect for your natural acumen, you handled that very well. You opened the safe box!
You are a conductor of light! You discovered the hidden code.
The most winning woman I ever knew was hanged for poisoning. But I digress. You found the letter!
You never can resist a touch of the dramatic!
A simple trick, but exceedingly effective!
I must compliment you exceedingly upon the zeal and the intelligence which you have shown.
One's ideas must be as broad as Nature if they are to interpret Nature. Well done!