The Audacious

66 - It was improbable that [Fabre’s] night prostitute had lent him any money when Fabre had three brothers living in Marseille and could have lent him even greater amounts; - “She was not simply visiting Moulins, but rather she was following Fabre from Paris and was not leaving him alone until she decided to get rid of him,” and openly accused her of murdering him; - Michel spoke about the incident regarding the fruit basket with Justiniani, le valet, and what he considered to be the truth about the saving of the Jesuit Father De Mosnier. He said Marie Petit was dangerous when she lost her temper, had no respect for anyone and was impudently bold enough to carry arms against anyone who opposed her;