In Dorothy Sayers' "Whose Body" (reading in Stanza on my iPhone):
Lord Peter Wimsey, amateur detective extraordinaire: "You see, Lady Swaffham, if ever you want to commit a murder, the thing you've got to do is to prevent people from associatin' their ideas. Most people don't associate anythin'--their ideas just roll about like so many dry peas on a tray, makin' a lot of noise and goin' nowhere, but once you begin lettin' 'em string their peas into a necklace, it's going to be strong enough to hang you, what?"
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