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Cards on the Table Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 12, 13, and 14 Summary

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Chapters 12, 13, and 14 Summary

Anne Meredith's youth and seeming lack of sophistication make her an obvious target, and as such, an individual to be protected. Anne is the companion to Rhoda Dawes, a young woman who is more a friend than an employer. Rhoda appears to be quite protective of Anne. Mrs. Oliver is the first to visit the girls and appears at the cottage with every expectation that her assistance is not only necessary, but will be quite welcomed. Sitting down and getting right to business, Mrs. Oliver states bluntly that the murderer is Dr. Roberts and they must devise a plan to prove his guilt. Anne is reluctant to play this game, but Rhoda enters in with great enthusiasm, her admiration for Mrs. Oliver quite evident. Mrs. Oliver's fictional approach to the crime is as fantastic as it is bold; her memory of the conversation that night...

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