Mick Herron Quotes

Top 11 wise famous quotes and sayings by Mick Herron

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Mick Herron quotes: office jokers were a crime in progress - office jokers were a crime in progress -
Mick Herron quotes: all the work's done low on the food chain. Everyone else just has meetings.' In all the work's done low on the food chain. Everyone else just has meetings.' In
Mick Herron quotes: Everyone wanted a life less ordinary. And only a tiny minority ever got it, and even they probably didn't appreciate it much. Everyone wanted a life less ordinary. And only a tiny minority ever got it, and even they probably didn't appreciate it much.
Mick Herron quotes: as every office worker knows, it's not the hope that kills you. It's knowing it's the hope that kills you that kills you. as every office worker knows, it's not the hope that kills you. It's knowing it's the hope that kills you that kills you.
Mick Herron quotes: She'd read a lot of discussions about 9/11, obviously, but contributions from structural engineers had been conspicuous by their absence. And She'd read a lot of discussions about 9/11, obviously, but contributions from structural engineers had been conspicuous by their absence. And
Mick Herron quotes: From its outside wall half a luggage trolley protruded: platform 93/4 was where the Hogwarts Express docked. River From its outside wall half a luggage trolley protruded: platform 93/4 was where the Hogwarts Express docked. River
Mick Herron quotes: But there was nothing, and never would be. Learning that was one thing. Living with it, another entirely. Careful But there was nothing, and never would be. Learning that was one thing. Living with it, another entirely. Careful
Mick Herron quotes: He still read copy as if it were Braille; bumps in the language letting him know when He still read copy as if it were Braille; bumps in the language letting him know when
Mick Herron quotes: Half of the future is buried in the past. That was the prevailing Service culture. Hence Half of the future is buried in the past. That was the prevailing Service culture. Hence