Rowan S. said:
Is the speaker Ariadne Oliver?
Is it Japp in "The Flock of Geryon" from "The Labours of Hercules"?
Thank you. I thought about a story with religion in it and this was the only one I came up with. I hoped it would be Japp who said it.
" ..... It's not fair, I hate him. I hate him. I'll never forgive him as long as I live. Beastly, tyrannical old man. I wanted him to die....."
No it is not anyone from "Hercule Poirot's Christmas".
Good guess, though.
Christie wrote about a lot of "horrible' old men getting murdered.
Is it Eustace from Crooked House, speaking about the grandfather?
Yes, you have it.
Is it Honoria Waynflete from "Murder is Easy"?
I can't believe that guess was correct.
Ok. a new one.
"Yes, indeed. I cannot STAND dirt!"
If this person cannot stand DIRT, maybe it's Poirot speaking - No
If it isn't Poirot, is the speaker perhaps a woman from a Poirot novel? - Yes, it is.