A Test of Wills - Chapters 11-12 Summary & Analysis

Caroline and Charles Todd
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Chapters 11-12 Summary

In Chapter 11, the morning of the Inquest, Rutledge asks Inspector Forrest about the source of Mavers's pension. Forrest didn't know he had a pension, but suggests Sally Davenant as a source of information because Mavers's father worked on the Davenant estate as a gameskeeper.

The Inquest is straightforward and proceeds smoothly through the coroner's report. Rutledge catches up with Mrs. Davenant following the proceedings to ask about Mavers's pension. She denies any knowledge of any payments to that man, but she is aware of the bequest of the shotgun.

He then asks about Catherine Tarrant. She tells him a little more about the German, not blaming Catherine, but speaking fatalistically about the potential failure of such a relationship. When he inquires whether Catherine could still be in love with Wilton, she says no but reveals that she thinks Mark always falls in love with the...

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