A Test of Wills - Study Guide Chapters 19-20 Summary & Analysis

Caroline and Charles Todd
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In Chapter 19, Rutledge goes back to the Inn again to contemplate whether Lizzie's presence in the meadow changes anything. The facts of the case now seem to rule out Mavers as a suspect. The main thing it changes, however, is that Harris may not have been in the meadow when he was killed. The horse could have carried him, already dead, to the meadow, where Lizzie may have made it shy away, and caused the body to fall forward on its chest. But none of this changes the fact that Wilton is still the main suspect.

Rutledge starts to feel as if time is running out. He goes back to Mallows one more time to roam around the meadow, get the lay of the land, and try to find where a killer might have hidden or waited. The whole thing still evades him, however, and...

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