Cards on the Table - Study Guide Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

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The next morning, Poirot's breakfast is interrupted by a call from Superintendent Battle notifying the detective that Mrs. Lorrimer has committed suicide. Poirot is initially sad that the woman has not heeded his warning of the danger of Anne Meredith. Dr. Roberts is the one who discovered the woman; he had received a note from her that morning confessing to the murder and apologizing for her behavior. As soon as he received the letter, he rushed straight over to her house in a vain attempt to save her life. Poirot questions the staff and the maid tells Poirot that she had posted three letters for her mistress and that one was to Fortnum and Mason's. The next information alarms Poirot, for after his visit the previous evening. Miss Meredith had come and visited with Mrs. Lorrimer for an hour. A slight bruise on Mrs. Lorrimer's arm further...

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