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The Great Train Mystery Prelude The interest aroused by the public by what had been known as the Great Train Mystery has now somewhat subsided Nevertheless there was still some interest in what had been such a great world-wide case that took some time to solve My friend Monsieur Chanteau and the other people who were involved in the mystery asked me to write an account of the whole story I Mr Lavendish will therefore explain what happened on the night of December 16 1954 on the Orient Express on its weekly journey from Istanbul to Calais I Istanbul I had traveled to Istanbul to get away from my normal life Living on the Asian side in of Turkey in Ankara made me feel separated from all European life and I wanted to visit Turkey from a different perspective I decided to travel to Istanbul and stay with my friend Monsieur Chanteau at the Luxembourg Hotel in Istanbul There I would be invited on the journey of my life I had spend my childhood in the busy jewelry district of Geneva Switzerland right next to the famous Lac Leman There I was always known as a person who traveled very frequently because of my love for it and because of my parents Both of my parents worked with international affairs for the Swiss government so I was exposed to many different cultures Ten years ago I traveled with my parents to Ankara and that started my love affair with Turkey and its capital Most people view me as a rather intelligent person I attended college at the Sorbon which is a private university located on the left bank of the Seine river in Paris From there I worked as an accountant at a Swiss bank in Bern Switzerland Then from there I moved to and then decided to live the rest of my life in Turkey Living in the Asian side
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