Silence

Todays quotation is from Believing the Lie by Elizabeth George.

There was always tremendous value in silence. It acted upon people in much the same way that time alone in a police interview room acted. Tension was the great equaliser among men. Most couldn´t handle it, especially when they themselves could so easily defuse the ticking bomb it comprised.

From Believing the Lie by Elizabeth George.

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